In this regard, the spokesman of the Polish Council of Ministers responded to Zelenski's remarks regarding his accusation of some Europeans, saying: "I hope these words are not directed at Poland. The name of our country is not mentioned there," he said, noting that Kiev's behavior in the context of grain is the result of the "Polish government lobby".The Polish Minister of European Affairs, Simon Cynkowski, stated that Poland may stop supporting Ukraine if public opinion is against this aid.In an interview with RAR, Senkowski said that "Ukraine's actions do not affect our impressions, but they leave a certain impression on the Polish public. This can be seen in opinion polls and in the level of popular approval of continued support for Ukraine. This harms Ukraine itself," he said, stressing that shrinking public support for aid to Ukraine to the extent it is now would constrain that aid.