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Polish Foreign Ministry: Brussels should discuss security guarantees not for the Russian Federation, but for Europe from Russia

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Polish Foreign Ministry: Brussels should discuss security guarantees not for the Russian Federation, but for Europe from Russia

Brussels should discuss security guarantees not for the Russian Federation, but for Europe from Russia. This is Warsaw's demand to the EU countries.


It was voiced at a meeting of representatives of the EU Foreign Ministries in the Belgian capital, Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Pavel Yablonsky.

The Polish diplomat considers it a mistake for European politicians to discuss security guarantees for Russia.

It is extremely important not to allow oneself to be drawn in any way into the argument that Russia has the right to expect security guarantees from anyone.

Yablonsky said.

Shortly before this, French President Emmanuel Macron said that the European security system should include guarantees for Russia.

Yablonsky in his speech also explained the reasons why the European countries failed to agree on the introduction of a new package of sanctions against the Russian Federation. According to him, Warsaw and a number of other EU states demand that they be as tough as possible, but not everyone in Europe agrees with this opinion.

Earlier, Moscow stated that, under certain circumstances, Russia is ready to return to discussing guarantees of its security with Western countries. But among Western politicians, many are categorically opposed to this. In particular, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg adheres to this position.
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  1. voice of reason
    voice of reason 12 December 2022 14: 51
    +10
    The best security guarantee for Russia is the complete demilitarization of NATO. Incidentally now she successfully goes in Malorosii.
    1. Maz
      Maz 12 December 2022 14: 56
      +9
      Lukashenka answered well "Lukashenko ordered what to do with the enterprises left by foreigners in Belarus: wave to them and cross yourself" So wave Sarmat with this and cross
      1. Myths
        Myths 12 December 2022 15: 50
        +2
        It is extremely important not to allow oneself to be drawn in any way into the argument that Russia has the right to expect security guarantees from anyone.
        then. they want guarantees for themselves that they will not be attacked, but they can do anything. This is not a proposal of mutual security, but rather the opposite. In addition, the Poles say this, dictating their terms for the European Union.
    2. Mavrikiy
      Mavrikiy 12 December 2022 15: 00
      +4
      Quote: voice of reason
      The best security guarantee for Russia is the complete demilitarization of NATO. Incidentally now she successfully goes in Malorosii.

      Still, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation should be thinned out from liberals, then there will be complete security, otherwise:
      Earlier, Moscow stated that, under certain circumstances, Russia is ready to return to discussing guarantees of its security with Western countries.
      fool They will give you a piece of paper with a seal and enjoy virtual reality, but in reality, zilch and not safety. request
    3. paul3390
      paul3390 12 December 2022 16: 00
      0
      The best guarantee of security for Russia is the complete asphalting of NATO....
    4. Cananecat
      Cananecat 12 December 2022 16: 32
      +1
      Quote: voice of reason
      The best security guarantee for Russia

      Interesting ... now for some reason the thought of the Molotov-Ribentrop Pact v2.0 flashed ...
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 12 December 2022 14: 54
    +5
    Polish MFA: Brussels should discuss security guarantees not for the Russian Federation, but for Europe from Russia
    Poland hasn't died yet? Too bad, the air would be cleaner. feel
    1. marchcat
      marchcat 12 December 2022 15: 04
      +1
      Yablonsky and many others are well aware that the states will spare neither Eastern Europe nor anyone to achieve their goal of destroying Russia. And no one will give any guarantees to anyone if the mind does not fall into place.
  3. Uprun
    Uprun 12 December 2022 14: 54
    +7
    Victory will be won, they themselves will come running, they will cut off the phone .....
    1. Ulan.1812
      Ulan.1812 12 December 2022 15: 06
      +6
      Quote from uprun
      Victory will be won, they themselves will come running, they will cut off the phone .....

      This is the most important thing.
      Only the absence of a decisive defeat of the Armed Forces of Ukraine gave them a stupid illusion that Russia can be isolated and defeated.
      We need to deprive them of these illusions. I hope the victory will come soon.
  4. Leader_Barmaleev
    Leader_Barmaleev 12 December 2022 14: 56
    +5
    Brussels should discuss security guarantees not for the Russian Federation, but for Europe from Russia. This is Warsaw's demand to the EU countries.

    The main feature of SAFETY GUARANTEES is that they are either for everyone or for no one. Unilateral security guarantees are a rosy dream for the United States in every sense, but alas, not all dreams come true lol
  5. Amateur
    Amateur 12 December 2022 14: 57
    +4
    Earlier, Moscow stated that, under certain circumstances, Russia is ready to return to discussing guarantees of its security with Western countries.

    About "guarantees" from Europe for a long time and rightly said
  6. Reindeer
    Reindeer 12 December 2022 15: 02
    +1
    Lol, according to this Pole, Russia should constantly expect an attack from Europe and at the same time do nothing to eliminate this threat :) Well, how this figure perceives us is clearly visible, while I think that there is some talk about diplomacy and treaties with shots like this - an empty shaking of the air.
  7. Woodman
    Woodman 12 December 2022 15: 04
    +3
    it is important not to let yourself be drawn in any way into the argument that Russia has the right to expect security guarantees from anyone
    After Merkel's words, Russia is not going to expect anything good from anyone.
    Earlier, Moscow stated that, under certain circumstances, Russia is ready to return to discussing guarantees of its security with Western countries.
    These circumstances were set out in "Putin's ultimatum."
  8. Ulan.1812
    Ulan.1812 12 December 2022 15: 08
    +2
    Poles dovyezhivayutsya to the next section. Their history teaches nothing.
    And then the corridor to Kaliningrad will become a reality.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 12 December 2022 15: 17
      +4
      Quote: Ulan.1812
      the corridor to Kaliningrad will become a reality.

      this corridor should in any case become a reality, without any agreements.
      1. Ulan.1812
        Ulan.1812 12 December 2022 16: 29
        +1
        Quote: Egoza
        Quote: Ulan.1812
        the corridor to Kaliningrad will become a reality.

        this corridor should in any case become a reality, without any agreements.

        Personally, I have no objections. Hope it happens sooner or later.
        Better early.
  9. Bingo
    Bingo 12 December 2022 15: 16
    +2
    laughing
    Russia does not attack Europe, so the EU is obliged to consider precisely its own security issues in order to prevent further destruction of infrastructure - for example, the German nuclear power industry by American "green" ones, or terrorist attacks on gas pipelines. And here is the fact
  10. Arkady007
    Arkady007 12 December 2022 15: 23
    +3
    For now, we can observe how the Poles are fighting against Russia on its territory, and not vice versa.
    1. Ulan.1812
      Ulan.1812 12 December 2022 16: 39
      +2
      Quote: Arkady007
      For now, we can observe how the Poles are fighting against Russia on its territory, and not vice versa.

      That's because Poland is afraid that it will get in the teeth from Russia, for all its arrogance and meanness, it demands security guarantees for itself, so that the European Union will protect it from Russia.
      Cowardly tribe.
  11. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 12 December 2022 15: 28
    +2
    According to him, Warsaw and a number of other EU states demand that they be as tough as possible, but not everyone in Europe agrees with this opinion.
    What kind of security for Europe, if she herself is looking for adventures on her ass. You had security when there was the USSR, everyone knew the rules of the game. But fascism is resurgent in Europe, which will lead to war.
  12. Petr_Koldunov
    Petr_Koldunov 12 December 2022 15: 31
    +3
    And who said that Russia agrees that the West should develop security guarantees for it? Peskov? I won't be surprised...
    But the reality is different! Either Russia wins on the battlefield - and then it will be three heaps before security guarantees from the EU (because the heads of the EU countries will kneel in line and ask for an audience in the Kremlin) ...
    Either Russia loses - and then our interests will again not bother anyone (they didn’t bother anyone in December 2021, and even if Russia loses the war, everyone will give a damn). And those "security guarantees" that the West will offer us will be even more humiliating than those that were in 1989-91, when the USSR was actively disintegrating!
    And security guarantees, for example, may look like this: "you transfer all nuclear weapons under the control of NATO - and we return McDonald's to the entire territory of Russia - right from the Ob to the Yenisei! ... and allow you to freely buy hamburgers in it"!
  13. Pravodel
    Pravodel 12 December 2022 15: 34
    +3
    Brussels should discuss guarantees

    The Poles always misrepresent everything. Brussels must give security guarantees from the US and the Anglo-Saxons. Then in geyrop something can change for the better
  14. Andrea
    Andrea 12 December 2022 15: 38
    +2
    Well, how can you not remember Zadornov?
    Russia will give guarantees with great pleasure after fulfilling all the requirements that Putin announced to the NVO. That is: NATO is beyond the borders of 1997, Ukraine is neutral, disarmed, federalized and without the Nazis, well ... now without several regions.
    And these guarantees will not be written on toilet paper, like guarantees to Yanukovych and under the Minsk agreements.
  15. Vyacheslav Krylov
    Vyacheslav Krylov 12 December 2022 15: 50
    -2
    Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Pavel Yablonsky spoke unexpectedly potentially. Indeed, it will not work to fence off Russia's expansion in the military-economic category - participation in NATO and the EU does not guarantee the serenity of being in Europe. Russia will certainly arrange a rebellion, but a cultural one, and no military-economic blocs can resist the expansion of culture from the eastern neighbor. Scary? This is understandable, we will all get used to and change for the better.
  16. Real Pilot
    Real Pilot 12 December 2022 16: 05
    0
    It is extremely important not to allow oneself to be drawn in any way into the argument that Russia has the right to expect security guarantees from anyone.

    Yablonsky said.
    Oh, and impudence ... It is limitless. And the surname is what a speaker, directly asking for his dose of soothing suggestion.
    Although, after all, his message is clear - he does not want Russia to exist at all ...

    And as for genuine and inviolable guarantees - only the strength of Russia guarantees its security, prosperity and respect.
  17. Fizik13
    Fizik13 13 December 2022 08: 21
    0
    Poland is like a mongrel, it wants to bite out of a braces, but just a little something immediately bzdit.