William took a spontaneous trip to Poland, just an hour from the Ukraine border.

March 22nd 2023.

William took a spontaneous trip to Poland, just an hour from the Ukraine border.
Prince William unexpectedly travelled to a city in southeastern Poland located only 100km from the Ukrainian border today.

The Duke of Cambridge expressed his gratitude to British troops at an air defence military base in Rzeszów for keeping an eye on the circumstances in neighbouring Ukraine.

He came to Poland as part of a two-day visit to honour the Polish people for their aid to the struggling nation.

The prince expressed to soldiers: ‘I just wanted to come here in person to say thank you for all that you’re doing, keeping everyone secure here and monitoring what is happening.

‘A huge thank you for what you do each day.’

He added: ‘You’re working on a very important job here and protecting our liberties is essential, and everyone back home is entirely supportive of you.’

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William met with troops at the 3rd Brigade Territorial Defence Force base

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The Prince of Wales disclosed it is ‘fantastic’ to be back in Poland

Major Richard Kaye mentioned: ‘We’re here to shield crucial national infrastructure in the region.

‘We are deeply privileged to have His Royal Highness The Prince Of Wales paying us a visit.’

The base in the capital of the Subcarpathian Voivodeship province is comprised of British, Polish, and US personnel sending assistance to Ukraine.

Also on the Prince of Wales’ agenda, he will now meet in Warsaw with some of the more than one million Ukrainian refugees who have found shelter in Poland.

Tomorrow, he will meet the Polish President Andrzej Duda at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw and visit a nearby food hall to converse with Ukrainian refugees.

Landing in Warsaw, the prince said: ‘It’s fantastic to be back in Poland.

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William also met the Polish Defence Minister, Mariusz Blaszczak

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The Prince of Wales will now converse with Ukrainian refugees over the next two days

‘Our nations have strong ties. Through our cooperation in helping the individuals of Ukraine and their freedom, which are also our freedoms and yours, these bonds are further enhanced.

‘I’m here because I want to personally thank the Polish and British troops working in close and vital collaboration.

‘I also want to pay tribute to the inspiring generosity of the Polish people. You have opened your homes in addition to your hearts.’

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