Ukraine’s allies will set out in the background to support a Ukrainian government-in-exile that could lead guerrilla operations against Russian occupying forces from neighboring Poland. This is what the Washington Post wrote, based on interviews with American and European officials.
The plans are based on a Russian military victory, which is not yet in sight, but seems likely according to the newspaper. “We are now planning for every eventuality, including a scenario in which Zelensky establishes a government-in-exile in Poland,” said a US government official, who spoke to the newspaper on condition of anonymity.
A high-ranking Ukrainian official confirmed Washington Post That President Zelensky discussed with US officials whether he should move west or to a safer place near the Polish border, such as the city of Lviv. The official said President Zelensky was still in Kyiv and assured his compatriots that he would not leave. Zelensky’s security service has plans ready to move him and members of his government quickly. But he refused to go so far.”
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