The Kremlin says that Poland could be a source of threats

The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry PeskovHe said on Friday that hostile rhetoric was coming out of Poland and that Warsaw could be “a source of threats”.

Poland has led calls for the EU toughen sanctions and for the western alliance of the NATO arm Ukraine as it attempts to resist the Russian forces that have moved into the east.

Stanislaw Zaryn, a spokesman for the Polish security services, said Russia has been conducting a coordinated disinformation campaign against Poland for several days, including suggestions that it could be a threat to the territorial integrity of Poland. Ukraine.

“The aim of the Russian actions is to create distrust between Poland and Ukraine, as well as slander Poland and present it as a dangerous country that generates conflicts in Eastern Europe,” he wrote in a comment.

Polish Environment and Climate Minister Anna Moskwa said on Monday that “Poland is proud to be on Putin’s list of hostile countries.”

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