Russian President Press Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said that the friction between Warsaw and Kiev will continue to increase.
With these words, the Kremlin representative commented on Poland’s decision to refuse to supply new weapons to Ukraine.
“We see that there are some frictions between Warsaw and Kiev, we predict that these tensions between Warsaw and Kiev will increase,” he said.
Peskov also noted that both capitals were the focus of Russophobia.
The Kremlin spokesman added that friction between Ukraine and other European countries will also increase.
20 September Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki statedUkraine no longer receives weapons from Poland since Warsaw decided to arm itself. Also reminding the principle of “If you want peace, prepare for war”, Erdoğan emphasized that Poland increased orders from arms manufacturers.
George Mason University Professor Mark Katz statedPoland’s refusal to supply arms to Ukraine could encourage other Kiev allies to follow its example, he said.
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