US President Joe Biden will travel to Poland this week to discuss international efforts to support Ukraine and “impose severe and unprecedented costs on Russia” for its invasion, the White House has said
Further, this would be followed by his meetings in Brussels with EU and NATO leaders. This move comes as the US tries to solidify and retain its influence in the region
Meanwhile, Hundreds of Ukrainians waited in front of Poland's national stadium to register for work permits on Monday as governments and businesses across central Europe sought to help refugees who have fled Russia's invasion find jobs and school places
Poland has taken in the largest number of refugees, some 2.1 million, since the start of the war on Feb. 24. Its pre-war Ukrainian community of around 1.5 million had already represented the region's largest.