After Ukraine, Vladimir Putin intends to attack Poland

After Ukraine, Vladimir Putin intends to attack Poland


Russia is currently planning not to stop the invasion of Ukraine, so the war could escalate. The next country on Vladimir Putin’s list would be Poland. In fact, the alarm was sounded by the Ukrainian ambassador in Warsaw. He warned that there were fears that Russia could attack Poland.

In this regard, Poland understands the threat posed by Russia and is preparing for a possible attack by the aggressor state, Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Andriy Deszczyca told Ukrainian Television Channel 24.

In his warnings, “There are some fears that Russia could attack Poland. The Polish government is preparing for this, “said Deszczyca.

The Polish government understands that it is a priority at this stage to help Ukraine

In the strategic context, the Ukrainian diplomat said that Poland has recently adopted a regulation on the country’s defense, which strengthens the strength of the Polish armed forces. However, the Polish government understands that it is a priority at this stage to help Ukraine and thus prevent Russian troops from approaching the border with Poland, the Ukrainian ambassador added.

According to him, Russia is spreading misinformation on the territory of Poland according to which the Warsaw government intends to forcefully annex western Ukraine.

“The reality is that the Poles are helping the Ukrainians, those who have arrived in Poland,” he said. It is an unprecedented support in recent years. The Russian narrative of the division between the Ukrainian and Polish people did not withstand the plausibility of the war, “Deszczyca added.

Gloomy warning: Ukraine is not the end of Vladimir Putin’s ambitions

At this point, Russia’s assault on Ukraine, now in its fourth week, has stalled on most fronts. Russia has failed to capture a single major Ukrainian city, let alone capture the capital Kyiv or quickly overthrow the government of President Volodymyr Zelensky. However, Russia also hit residential areas, causing massive damage. Nowhere has more damage been done than in Mariupol, a port on the Sea of ​​Azov, where 400,000 people lived before the war.

It is under constant siege and bombing, and the inhabitants have no food, medicine, electricity or fresh water since the first days of the invasion. At the same time, there are bombings in Kyiv.

In fact, the comments of a former minister fuel the fears about the possibility of escalating the conflict in Ukraine to other European countries.

Therefore, “If Britain and its allies do not start giving higher priority to security and defense, they risk failing to deter Russia and other hostile states that want to launch military offensives,” warns former British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt . He also said that “Ukraine is not the end of Vladimir Putin’s ambitions.