Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Ukrainian Ambassador: There are fears that Russia may attack Poland

 Ukraine's ambassador to Poland, Andriy Deszczyca, in an interview for Channel 24, said that "there are fears that Russia may attack Poland. The Polish government is preparing for it." 

Andriy Deszczyca said that Russia was spreading disinformation about Poland, which, according to Kremlin propaganda, wants to occupy western Ukraine. The ambassador emphasized that such information had nothing to do with reality.

Representatives of the Polish government headed by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki met on Monday with representatives of opposition parties. The talks focused on the policy of the Polish state in connection with the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. The ruling camp wants to propose some changes to the Constitution.

The proposals relate to the exclusion from the budgetary rules of financing the defense system, confiscation of Russian property in Poland and additional taxation of entities that continue their activities in Russia.

According to Deputy Prime Minister for State Security, Jarosław Kaczyński, eventually, Poland will become a victim of Russian aggression. 

"Kaczyński has fears, and he does not hide that, that the Russian aggression against Poland is inevitable and is looking for some way to repel it, to defeat Russia," - the opposition leaders participating in the meeting told the press. - "Kaczyński emphasizes that his formation is committed to preventing the war from spreading beyond Ukraine. But he assumes the worst scenario. He believes, or at least so says, that Poland will also be a victim of aggression. Sooner or later."