Poland will help Ukraine with fuel by providing 25,000 tons of gasoline from its own reserves. This was announced by the Minister of Economy Yuliia Svyrydenko during a meeting in Kyiv with Anna Moskva, the Polish Minister of Climate and Environment.

At a joint press conference, Yuliia Svyrydenko noted that aid with fuel from Poland will help Ukraine balance the market. Gasoline will start arriving next week.

Meanwhile, Poland is working to increase the capacity of the Polish-Ukrainian border to transport fuel. According to Anna Moskva, there has never been such good cooperation between fuel companies on both sides.

New supply directions and a new energy security system are being created. The Polish minister believes that cooperation will continue in peacetime.

Yuliia Svyrydenko also reminded that before the war 97% of fuel was supplied to Ukraine from Russia and Belarus. Today it is impossible. In addition, the occupiers destroyed the Kremenchuk refinery, which is why Ukraine is experiencing a significant shortage of fuel.