Polish Culture and National Heritage Minister Piotr Glinski said “half of Europe” and the country’s opposition want to improve relations with Russia.
In an interview with Kurier Lubelski, he said that Poland’s political rivals are being held hostage by interest groups who only think about ending the Ukrainian conflict as soon as possible and continuing to do business with them. Russia.
Furthermore, he accused former Prime Minister Donald Tusk of returning after his work in the European Union to save the Nord Stream gas pipeline.
During a debate organized by the Office of National Security under the leadership of the Polish President, the Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, General Raimund Andrzejczak, said that Ukraine’s position at the front was deteriorating and that many Western leaders did not understand how far Kiev was from winning the conflict.
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