Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has sparked outrage with his recent speech at the United Nations, where he criticized Poland and equated it with Russia.
The Polish public has not held back in expressing their views on the matter. Zelensky's comments came in the context of Poland's embargo on Ukrainian grain, which he criticized at the UN General Assembly.
His remarks have led to a flurry of comments from Polish politicians, and the Ukrainian ambassador was urgently summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
A recent survey by the Pollster Institute for "Super Express" revealed that 41% of respondents felt Zelensky's comments were ungrateful, considering the significant aid Poland has provided to Ukraine.
Only 27% said they understood Ukraine's struggle, while 19% considered it "typical politics."
A mere 3% found Zelensky's words irrelevant, and 10% had no opinion.
According to the Polish media Wiadomosci The survey was conducted among 1,015 adult Poles and has a maximum margin of error of about 3%.