Peskov on relations between the Russian Federation and Poland: it is absurd that two neighboring countries are so hostile to each other
It is absurd that two neighboring countries are so hostile to each other. But, alas, this is factually confirmed.
This is how the head of the Kremlin press service, Dmitry Peskov, spoke about relations between the Russian Federation and Poland during the “One Belt, One Road” forum taking place in Beijing.
- he said.
The Kremlin press secretary noted with regret that the Poles do not like Russians and do not want to be friends with them. Moreover, on all issues concerning Russia, Warsaw usually takes a hostile position towards Moscow.
- the press secretary of the Russian President complained.
Peskov said that the Russian leadership does not like this situation. However, normalization of relations between the two countries is not expected in the near future.
- noted the head of the Kremlin press service.
Previously, a columnist for the Polish newspaper Myśl Polska, Bogdan Kulyas, argued that Poles’ hatred of Russia not only does nothing good for them, but also harms them. He criticized the policy of official Warsaw for the fact that its goal is to demonstrate extreme hatred of Moscow and boundless devotion to Washington and Kyiv.
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