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Poland closer to breaking point on Ukrainian refugees: NATO ambassador

Szatkowski warns Chinese support for Russia could have far-reaching impact

Poland NATO ambassador Tomasz Szatkowski said there was "strong suspicion" that Russia was bombing Ukrainian cities to "create waves of refugees." (Photo by Ryo Nakamura)

BRUSSELS -- Poland is experiencing an "unprecedented" influx of refugees in both pace and scale, Polish ambassador to NATO Tomasz Szatkowski told Nikkei on Wednesday, warning of a growing humanitarian crisis caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

"We will not reject anybody who is threatened by war and who comes to find safe shelter," Szatkowski said.

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