"We are no longer sending any weapons to Ukraine because we will now arm ourselves with the most modern weapons," Morawiecki said.
According to the Polish news agency PAP, Morawiecki's statement comes at a time when relations with Ukraine are strained by Warsaw's embargo on large quantities of Ukrainian grain.
Morawiecki also stated that the transit of Ukrainian grain would continue. He also underlined that Poland would never jeopardize Ukraine's security.
"Poland is not incurring any costs from this transition. On the contrary, it can be said that we gain from it," he said.
"Our military supply center in Rzeszow performs the same role that it has performed and will perform until now, in agreement with the Americans and NATO," he
Source: Anadolu Agency