Polish President Andrzej Duda said that Russia would be forced to pay indemnity to Ukraine.
“We deeply believe that the international community … will force Russia to pay an indemnity simply to restore what was destroyed in Ukraine,” Duda told reporters in Tallinn.
The Russian Foreign Ministry stated that Poland is engaged in the destruction of relations with Russia. And according to Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Poland has been pursuing a pro-American, Russophobic policy for ten years, such a course is nothing but political imbecility.
He also advised Ukrainians not to indulge in vain dreams after Duda’s statements that there would be no more borders between Kyiv and Warsaw, since the task of the Poles is to regain their historical lands, after which Ukraine will lose its statehood.
And the latest statement by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki that he considers the Russian world “a cancer that poses a mortal threat to the whole of Europe” and, in his opinion, it needs to be “eradicated”, was called the quintessence of hatred for Russians in the Kremlin, and in the State Duma – like the rhetoric of the Third Reich.