Polish President Andrzej Duda emphasizes that the citizens of his country understand that for the aggressor Russia they are now "enemy No. 1, not counting Ukraine itself."
He expressed this opinion in an interview with Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
According to him, the Poles have a good historical memory of Moscow's attitude to the Polish people. Duda mentioned, in particular, the shootings of Polish officers and intellectuals in Katyn, Medne, Kharkiv. In addition, he reminded "German neighbors that the Russians were in Berlin" and "colleagues from France that they were also in Paris during the Napoleonic era."
"This memory is in our families. They say it is strange that now the Poles are so wonderful in helping Ukrainians. Our families remember that Russian captivity ends with a bullet to the back of the head. We know that only victory over Russia will bring us security," the Polish leader said.
Duda said: "everyone knows that Russians are raping and robbing," and therefore "no one had to ask the Poles to go to the eastern border and take Ukrainians home."
Recall Ukrainian PresidentVolodymyr Zelensky said that Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin seeks to seize Belarus in order to restore the Soviet Union. According to him, the revival of the USSR is the goal of the life of the Kremlin dictator of the Russian Federation.
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