Prince William Visits Poland to Support Ukrainian Refugees


Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, made a visit to Poland on Thursday, where he paid homage to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw and met with Polish President Andrzej Duda to discuss the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Also he visited a refugee center where he spoke with volunteers and Ukrainian refugees.

Honoring Polish Military and Society

During his visit, Prince William laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, following in the footsteps of his late grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. He was joined at the ceremony by members of the Polish Armed Forces. Afterward, he met with President Duda to discuss the impact of the war in Ukraine on Polish society and the need for ongoing support for the Ukrainian people.

Expressing Gratitude and Support

A spokesperson for the Prince of Wales expressed gratitude to President Duda and the Polish people for their support of the people of Ukraine. Prince William’s visit to Poland highlights his role as a global statesperson and his commitment to supporting those affected by conflict.

Supporting Ukrainian Refugees in Poland

In addition to his meetings with Polish officials, Prince William also visited a food hall in Warsaw and a refugee center where he spoke with volunteers and Ukrainian refugees. The center provides free meals, Polish language lessons, psychological support, and employment assistance to the 300 Ukrainian women and children staying there. They also have a free store for clothes and hygiene products.

Positive Impact

Prince William’s visit had a positive impact on the Ukrainian refugees staying at the center. They expressed gratitude for the welcoming community and the generosity of the Polish people. The Duke’s efforts to raise awareness about the plight of Ukrainian refugees and support their needs.
Overall, Prince William’s visit to Poland highlights the importance of international cooperation and support for those affected by conflict and displacement.