Marcin Przydacz, head of the Office of International Policy in the Office of the President of Poland, admitted that Warsaw could demand reparations from Moscow. But first you have to get them from Germany.
“We believe that we can start a dialogue with Berlin, but with Putin it is a different civilization. Once success is achieved with Germany, the next step could be to start such a discussion with another oppressor”, Przydach said in an interview with the Financial Times.
Earlier, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said that Moscow has the right to break diplomatic relations with Warsaw.
And political scientist Asafov, in an interview with Zvezda, named the reasons that prompted the Polish authorities to attack the school of the Russian Embassy.
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