Polish leader Aleksey Pushkov believes Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki’s statement that “victory over Russia” in the Ukrainian conflict has become the reason for Warsaw’s existence and that Europe is unlikely to agree with the opinion of the entire Polish people. Federation Council commission on information policy and interaction with the media. inside that telegraph channel He expressed hope that Poles would see a deeper meaning for their nation’s existence.
“However, I do not think that all Polish people have such a narrow horizon. “I hope that the Poles will see a wider and deeper meaning for the existence of the Polish nation and its 38 million people than the fanatical attitudes to victory over the world’s leading nuclear power,” he wrote.
As the senator put it, the existence of such attitudes in Morawiecki himself and among the same politicians from other states is “obvious and wordless”.
Maria Zakharova, the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, judicial The words of the Prime Minister of Poland about the “defeat of the Russian Federation” as a manifestation of brutal hatred.
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