Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki: “If kyiv falls, Russia will attack Poland”

25-11-2022
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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said Poland is Russia’s next target if kyiv falls, Ukrainian publication Obozrevatel writes.

The head of the Polish government shared his opinion in an article for Super Expressie. He assured that Poland is safe and does not want war with Russia.

“The death of two Polish citizens made us realize how close the war is. Putin has been terrorizing Ukraine for several months. Russian missiles are not targeting military targets, but civilians. Bombs are falling near Poland” , said Morawiecki.

Poland’s prime minister said the missile that fell at Przewodów was an accident and that Poland had no information that the Russian Federation had planned a direct attack, but the investigation was continuing.

“But the main reason is known – without the war, without the massive bombardment of Ukraine, this would never have happened. Only Russia is responsible for this tragedy,” Morawiecki stressed.

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“There is a way to avoid this – to support Ukraine’s victory. Putin has shown that he is a ruthless politician who will stop at nothing. If kyiv falls, Russia will direct its aggression towards Poland,” he said. summed up the Polish Prime Minister, according to the publication Obozrevatel.

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