Putin: Poland wants to return “its” lands that are part of Ukraine

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Putin: Poland wants to return “its” lands that are part of Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin explained the zealous desire of the Polish authorities to “help” Ukraine. According to the president, the Poles have their own far-reaching plans for Ukraine.

In the interview RIA News Vladimir Putin explained why Warsaw is talking about the possible withdrawal of troops to Ukraine. The Poles simply want to regain the territories that were once under their control, the president believes.

If Polish troops nevertheless end up on the territory of Ukraine, for example, as they say in Warsaw, to guard the Ukrainian-Belarusian border, then they will never leave there, Vladimir Putin is sure.



They (the Poles) will want to return... they sleep and see, they want to return those lands that they consider historically theirs, and which were taken away from them by the father of nations Stalin, and transferred to Ukraine

- Putin said.

Let us recall that earlier the head of the Polish Foreign Ministry, Radoslaw Sikorski, admitted the possibility of sending NATO troops to Ukraine to help Kyiv.

Western troops and weapons have been present in Ukraine for a long time, but this has not helped Kyiv change the situation on the battlefield, Putin noted.

The Russian President also stated that our country is ready to begin negotiations to resolve the crisis around Ukraine, but only taking into account the real situation.
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  1. +4
    13 March 2024 08: 31
    Eastern Kresy is a genetic popabole of the Poles. Well, “Lviv is a Polish town” (c)
    The Poles really won’t calm down on this matter.
    1. +9
      13 March 2024 08: 36
      In exchange, German lands were received. Nobody gives anything for free. If anything, the Germans will fight for a reverse exchange with both hands and all their teeth.
      1. +7
        13 March 2024 08: 38
        The Poles do not respect the Bundes at all and will not give them anything. They will lay bones, but not give them away.
        On the contrary, they will do everything to gnaw off something else from the Germans.
        In order to take something away from a Pole, you have to try hard. laughing
        And the Poles have miraculously forgotten about the fact that the Poles received German lands in return.
        1. -13
          13 March 2024 08: 42
          Then they will stay with their own people. But Putin has become old, and his thoughts are freely staggering. It wasn't noticed before.
          1. -4
            13 March 2024 10: 23
            Quote: Prokop_Svinin
            But Putin has become old, and his thoughts are freely staggering. It wasn't noticed before.

            You are a website profiler.
          2. 0
            13 March 2024 13: 00
            Quote: Prokop_Svinin (Axe fencing)
            Putin has become old, and his thoughts are freely staggering. It wasn't noticed before.
            Do you notice flying saucers in the sky or little drums in the room? Maybe they often got hit in the head with a gun.
            1. -1
              13 March 2024 14: 21
              Ooty-way... the loyal gases began to boil...
          3. -1
            13 March 2024 13: 47
            If you don't know how to translate, leave it in English:
            STAR, and better SUPER STAR
        2. +7
          13 March 2024 09: 01
          Well, “Lviv is a Polish place” (c)

          But this can be disputed... Lviv was founded by the Galician prince and king of Rus' Daniil Romanovich in the middle of the 13th century... It was part of the "Rzeczpospolita", "Austria-Hungary", "ZUNR", Poland, the USSR, Ukraine... So there are enough heirs and pretenders to him even without psheks... But psheks and kreakles are definitely ready to gnaw each other’s throats because of him... am
          1. +2
            13 March 2024 09: 07
            Quote: Lev_Russia
            But the psheks and kreakles are definitely ready to gnaw each other’s throats because of him

            This is what we need to tailor our entire policy to. wink
          2. +2
            13 March 2024 09: 36
            King of Rus' sounds a little strange, don’t you think? Like the "Duchy of Tambov" for example)
            1. -3
              13 March 2024 10: 53
              He was crowned by the Pope
              This is a real title
          3. 0
            13 March 2024 10: 24
            Quote: Lev_Russia
            But the psheks and kreakles are definitely ready to gnaw each other’s throats because of him...

            And this is just not bad, let them squabble, it’s nice to see.
          4. +3
            13 March 2024 11: 29
            For example, the Greeks lived in Crimea and on the Black Sea coast of Russia, but they don’t open their mouths for something......
      2. +6
        13 March 2024 08: 52
        If only they were German. Bialystok went to Poland and the exchange was extremely controversial.
        I would prefer to see Bialystok as part of Belarus, rather than Lviv as part of Ukraine.
        1. +1
          13 March 2024 10: 26
          Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
          Bialystok went to Poland and the exchange was extremely controversial.
          I would prefer to see Bialystok as part of Belarus, rather than Lviv as part of Ukraine.

          Bialystok, Belarus, Lvov, Poland, the exchange will be equal.
          1. -1
            13 March 2024 10: 29
            Exactly! Restore historical justice, so restore! And then a lot of people wanted what.
        2. +1
          13 March 2024 13: 14
          And also the Suwalki Triangle, bought by Stalin from Hitler in January 41.
          Kyiv was bought from the Poles in 1686, Livonia and Estland were bought by Peter from the Swedes, Klaipeda went to Lithuania as a result of the victory of the USSR. Lithuania has abandoned everything related to the “occupation”, it is destroying monuments, so go to the end - give up Klaipeda and Vilnius. Latvia and Estonia must either return to Russia as the legal successor of the USSR, or redeem themselves. Poland must return the Suwalki Triangle. We will have to make demands in connection with the blockade of Kaliningrad. And you can’t leave a single piece of Ukraine, this is a postponed conflict, the West will try to pump up every meter of this piece of land, they will prepare taking into account their own.
          1. +1
            13 March 2024 14: 46
            you are right, God bless Memel, but libava, vindava, revel, hanko, turn it around and then we’ll see whose Baltic, I think theirs and dates will shut up right away
      3. +1
        13 March 2024 10: 29
        In exchange, German lands were received. Nobody gives anything for free. If anything, the Germans will fight for a reverse exchange with both hands and all their teeth.

        I hope you don’t mean part of Prussia and almost the entire coast of the Baltic Sea, with the light hand of the leadership of the USSR, transferred to Poland for nothing.
        These lands of Russia will clearly be useful in order to have a direct land route to Germany. hi
    2. +4
      13 March 2024 08: 37
      Well done guys. Ukraine is evil, created with the foolishness of Lenin.
      1. +3
        13 March 2024 08: 57
        Quote: Victor Sergeev
        Well done guys. Ukraine is evil, created with the foolishness of Lenin.

        Was there no Poland before Lenin?
        1. -4
          13 March 2024 10: 34
          Quote: BecmepH
          Was there no Poland before Lenin?

          Yes, if you don’t count from 1772 to 1918, then you can assume that Poland existed, but if it weren’t for Lenin, it wouldn’t have existed.
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          1. 0
            13 March 2024 12: 12
            Quote: nielubiany_polak
            Poland existed for hundreds of years before you stopped shitting in the forests around what is now Moscow and started creating a city there feel

            Wrong judgment. Since ancient times, the Russian people have been famous for their cleanliness. The bathhouse was a cult. And the toilets were built in the far corner. But to the east of Rus', everyone was crap around themselves, in the literal sense. In Europe, even now, toilet stalls are uncovered in the middle of the streets (it’s disgusting). So don't touch this topic.
            Tell me, why is Poland called the hyena of Europe? And I'll tell you!
            Hyenas can hardly be called clean. Hyenas are known for their strong and not very pleasant odor, which can be detected at a considerable distance from them.
            So here you are. They leaned out and all that was left was the stench of you...
            1. 0
              13 March 2024 12: 20
              east of Rus'
              I apologize. In Eastern Europe, according to modern times. It turns out to be further west.
            2. +1
              13 March 2024 13: 17
              Quote: BecmepH
              Since ancient times, the Russian people have been famous for their cleanliness. The bathhouse was a cult.
              Europeans now say that to save water, it is enough to wash 5 points on the body. Even at that time they followed the rule “Let those who are too lazy to itch themselves wash”: instead of baths they had traps for lice and fleas as useful decorations. A good gift for a lady of your heart.
            3. -2
              13 March 2024 14: 50
              Alexey, you need to further study zoology, why did you call the cute animals hyenas Poles? because animals cannot respond to this insult
              1. 0
                14 March 2024 06: 49
                Quote: Ryaruav
                Alexey, you need to further study zoology, why did you call the cute animals hyenas Poles? because animals cannot respond to this insult

                It's not me. It was Winston Churchill who called them that.
                "Plus" to you for your good sense of humor))
        3. 0
          14 March 2024 10: 49
          For the illiterate, before Lenin and under Lenin there was a Principality of Poland as part of the Russian Empire...

          After the October revolution, Poland and the Baltic states and Finland separated from Russia, and the Jewish All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks officially recognized this....
          1. 0
            15 March 2024 08: 42
            Quote: assault
            For the illiterate, before Lenin and under Lenin there was a Principality of Poland as part of the Russian Empire...

            Read the story carefully. Under Lenin and before him, Poland was divided. And there were no principalities in the 19th and 20th centuries. The Poles should erect monuments to Lenin...
            1. 0
              15 March 2024 09: 29
              Poland began as an independent state within Russia in 1815, but gradually its status changed. Let's see why this happened.
              In 1815, Alexander I managed to defend the Kingdom of Poland for Russia. Part of the Polish lands would be under Russian rule from 1815 to 1915, until the Germans occupied them.
              Alexander I gave Poland a constitution, linking Russia and Poland into a union. Alexander was considered the Emperor of Russia and the King of Poland, which also had its own Sejm, government and army.
              But gradually the constitution was limited, and Nicholas I completely abolished it after the 1830 uprising. Poland became an analogue of the provinces of the Russian Empire. In 1861, another Polish uprising broke out, and Russia declared martial law. Thus, Polish autonomy was finally destroyed.
      2. +2
        13 March 2024 09: 29
        You are mistaken - Ukraine as a territory existed before Pushkin, but as a state it appeared without any Lenin, after the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia. And also as a republic, he was forced to leave it and the other republics - because the only alternative was the disintegration of the remnants of the Republic of Ingushetia into a mass of self-proclaimed states; the Bolsheviks did not have the opportunity to create a unitary state at that time, and such a possibility does not exist even today!
        1. 0
          13 March 2024 10: 33
          You are mistaken - Ukraine as a territory existed even before Pushkin, but as a state it appeared without any Lenin, after the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia.

          Explain your statements in more detail, otherwise this is how you can get to the ancestors of the “great Ukrainians” from whom all humanity descended. hi
          1. 0
            13 March 2024 12: 17
            Quote: credo
            You are mistaken - Ukraine as a territory existed even before Pushkin, but as a state it appeared without any Lenin, after the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia.

            Explain your statements in more detail, otherwise this is how you can get to the ancestors of the “great Ukrainians” from whom all humanity descended. hi

            We've already arrived! Washington is not Washington, but Vashchenko! Ukrainians gave impetus to the development of America.
            And they founded Egypt. And Tutankhamun is Tutankhamonenko? Do you think I'm joking? No!! There was a whole program recently about this idiocy.
            1. 0
              13 March 2024 13: 47
              If you watched some idiotic program, you don’t realize that this is so and if others think so.
              1. 0
                14 March 2024 06: 56
                Quote: Pavlention
                If you watched some idiotic program, you don’t realize that this is so and if others think so.

                This "idiotic" show is based on facts. At Harvard (and not only) they began to teach the history of Ukraine with all this idiocy. Moreover, they do not hesitate to twist historical facts and falsify historical documents. Don't believe me? Take an interest.
                I'm not going to convince you. I suspect that you are a tsipsota...
                And improve your spelling, otherwise it’s difficult to catch your train of thoughts.
          2. 0
            20 March 2024 00: 45
            Ukraine as a territory existed even before Pushkin, but as a state it appeared without any Lenin, after the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia.

            How the territory of the land along the Dnieper was millions of years ago when they were trampled by dinosaurs...
            The territory of a country implies the presence of citizens of a certain nationality, in this case Ukrainian...
            National composition of the Kharkov district according to the 1897 census:

            Little Russians - 191 people. (345%),
            Russians - 137 people. (575%),
            Jews - 9894 people. (2,8%),
            Poles - 4078 people (1,2%)
            There are no Ukrainians????

            Population of the districts of the Kyiv province according to the 1897 census.
            Little Russians - 2 - 819%,
            Jews - 430 489 - 12%,
            Great Russians - 216 - 000%,
            Poles - 68 - 791%.

            As we see Odessa district according to the 1897 census.
            Russians are in 1st place - 198 thousand people.
            In 2nd place are Jews, 124 thousand people. And in 3rd place with a large lag are 37 thousand Little Russians.

            And again there are no Ukrainians, in the three largest cities there is not a single forelock!!!
            And if they don’t exist, then someone needs to invent them....
        2. 0
          13 March 2024 13: 26
          Do they teach you this stupidity at school?
          Quote: Alt22
          Ukraine as a territory existed even before Pushkin
          Like the outskirts of RI.
          Quote: Alt22
          as a state - it appeared without any Lenin, after the collapse of the Republic of Ingushetia.
          RI collapsed “without any Lenin”?
    3. +3
      13 March 2024 08: 46
      Do the Poles not want to return part of West Prussia, part of Silesia, Eastern Pomerania and Eastern Brandenburg, the Free City of Danzig to the Germans? And then, I look at the territories that were taken away from them, but they forgot to see something about those that came. wassat
      1. -1
        13 March 2024 08: 48
        "so - the Poles...." (c) laughing
        1. +2
          13 March 2024 08: 50
          Well, yes, with selective memory: “I remember here... but I don’t remember here” laughing
    4. +4
      13 March 2024 08: 49
      Quote: Nexcom
      Eastern Kresy is a genetic popabole of the Poles. Well, “Lviv is a Polish town” (c)
      The Poles really won’t calm down on this matter.

      Lviv was built by the son of Daniil Galitsky, a descendant of the eldest son of Vladimir Monomakh Mstislav the Great. And in Moscow, the penultimate son of Vladimir Monomakh, Yuri Dolgoruky, was feasting.
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    5. 0
      13 March 2024 09: 06
      Quote: Nexcom
      The Poles really won’t calm down about this
      Where will they put the skakloff?
      1. -1
        13 March 2024 09: 47
        Where will they put the skakloff?

        Well, they definitely won’t have any problems with this))))
        1. 0
          13 March 2024 12: 24
          Quote: Severomor
          Where will they put the skakloff?

          Well, they definitely won’t have any problems with this))))

          You're wrong, my dear. What other problems will there be with them? Such people. Where the hell is, there is a stench.
          1. -2
            13 March 2024 15: 14
            No, they will dispose of it on the sly, it will stink a little, not without it
            1. -1
              13 March 2024 18: 34
              Aha, I see, I see people downvoting roguls)))
    6. +1
      13 March 2024 09: 42
      hmm, as already written here, they can remember about Lviv, Grodno and Brest between the 3rd and 5th glass of beer, and even those who are older. Young people don’t need this, except for the concerned...
      And between remembering and deciding to master this universe. They clearly saw how the Bundes poured a river of money into the GDR.
      Therefore, the concerned have very few dreams, and there are a bunch of politicians for hype
    7. +1
      13 March 2024 10: 05
      Quote: Nexcom
      Eastern Kresy is a genetic popabole of the Poles. Well, “Lviv is a Polish town” (c)
      The Poles really won’t calm down on this matter.

      Well, if you look at it from a historical point of view, Lviv itself went over to Poland. The pro-Polish movement won in Lvov, but the pro-Russian movement won in Smolensk. But they fought to the death for the Kyiv lands. And in the end, Kyiv was returned to the Russian state. I think our Supreme Commander has already decided how the situation will develop now.
      1. 0
        13 March 2024 10: 19
        Nobody has decided anything; everything will depend on the outcome of the fighting.
      2. +1
        13 March 2024 10: 56
        Quote: Wend
        Lvov itself passed to Poland
        So in Lvov there were always only Poles and they lived with a small layer of Jews
        1. -2
          13 March 2024 14: 26
          Quote: Dutchman Michel
          Quote: Wend
          Lvov itself passed to Poland
          So in Lvov there were always only Poles and they lived with a small layer of Jews

          Not really. This is an ancient ancient Russian city, founded by Prince Daniil of Galicia and named after his son. It became Polish after its conquest by Casimir in 1349. And from the end of the XNUMXth century, when Poland fell, Lvov built its life on the basis of Magdeburg law. This is no longer a Polish city - a purely German city. Even the acts of the then Lviv magistrate were conducted in the Saxon dialect of German. In general, it’s still a mess there)
    8. -3
      13 March 2024 13: 16
      Nexcom
      Today, 08: 31
      Eastern Kresy is a genetic popabole of the Poles. Well, “Lviv is a Polish town” (c)
      The Poles really won’t calm down on this matter.
      Damn it - I checked out the news! Because I’m stupid and old, I don’t understand this and several others
      important, as I believe, issues of further relations with the false-under-West in the current negotiations, after our Victory and right now in the hot phase of our RF Armed Forces in the Northern Military District.
      1. The Supreme Trolls the false-under-West in the person of logs, a zoological coward according to DAMI and the head of the paddling pools, the entire false-under-West, checking the reaction and assessing the consequences?
      2. If this is a message from the Supreme Commander to begin negotiations now or after our Victory, so to speak, the generosity of the Winner, the generosity of the Russian soul, we agree to give
      historical lands to logs? What do we want in return from the false under-West? Germany, seeing such a scenario, will ask for Koenigsberg and the log lands donated by I. Stalin? According to the new Constitution, the issue of confiscation of Russian lands is not subject to discussion; how can all this be combined?
      3. It is possible that the Supreme One is waiting for reciprocal steps from the false-under-West, through the mediation of our partners - China, Iran, India, the UAE and others, to begin negotiations on the future of the Multipolar World with the New Centers of Power, first of all, discussing guarantees for the security of a multinational and multi-religious people The Russian Federation and Russia’s place in the new World Order, where there is no main idiot?
      Explain who is in the topic, otherwise your head will swell from the multivariate answers.
    9. -2
      13 March 2024 13: 27
      But the Poles themselves “did not calm down” for centuries. This has been proven by history...

      And, in reality, others always “calmed them down.” And for a long time...

      And Lemberg, in the context of a “Polish town,” is not a Polish name at all. It’s just that the grandchildren of the Hyena of Europe inadvertently forgot about this...
  2. Msi
    +5
    13 March 2024 08: 32
    father of nations Stalin,

    Curious... laughing
    1. -9
      13 March 2024 08: 36
      Well, for those who have memory, this is very sad. When we were friends with this “collective West”, this father of nations, for him and the class he represents, was fufufu. As soon as they got sluggish on the lips from this collective, instead of an equal place, such patriotism appeared. True, with a bias towards the Middle Ages due to the strong religion.
  3. +1
    13 March 2024 08: 34
    "... our country is ready to begin negotiations to resolve the crisis around Ukraine, but only taking into account the real situation." - that’s what’s scary. It’s not very clear about the “real situation”.
    1. Msi
      0
      13 March 2024 08: 37
      this is scary.

      Don't be afraid... All conflicts end in negotiations...
      1. +2
        13 March 2024 08: 46
        The “real situation” scares me.
        1. -1
          13 March 2024 09: 47
          The “real situation” scares me.
          ...it’s scary in vain..in Banderland it started to smell like a soldier’s revolt, and what ends when the military deploys weapons against the authorities and there’s no need to guess..therefore, the real situation is such that it’s unknown with whom it will be possible to negotiate, but obviously not with the drug addict and his gang
          1. -1
            13 March 2024 09: 55
            So I’m asking what should the Russian State negotiate about Ukraine with the West? The West will not lift the sanctions, will continue to put pressure with economic means, will not let go of the “Ukrainian trap”, will not give up its goals of the collapse of Russia.... And it doesn’t matter whether they have a “soldier’s revolt against their power or not. Unless agree to fight for the interests of the West with the “global south" (as citizen Surkov suggested in his article) or to return the “conditional yacht to the conditional Abramovich.” But the “conditional Abramovich” is not the Russian State.
    2. +2
      13 March 2024 08: 51
      It’s not very clear about the “real situation”.

      The bluff with the West did not work, the West was not afraid. Will bargain.
      1. 0
        13 March 2024 09: 16
        What is there to bargain about? The West “will not let us out of the Ukrainian trap”, will not lift the sanctions, will continue to put pressure, and will not give up its goals of the collapse of Russia.
        1. 0
          13 March 2024 09: 56
          The West “will not let us out of the Ukrainian trap,” will not lift the sanctions, will continue to put pressure, and will not give up its goals of the collapse of Russia.
          ...in the West, their problems are growing like a snowball...not only are the Selyuks organizing riots in cities and towns, they have increased taxes for businessmen, but also in countries where there are many rabies, they are preparing a regulation to pay rabid benefits to those rabies who have an official job ...so not everything is chocolate there in the West
          1. +1
            13 March 2024 09: 59
            And if we assume that the goal of the West (this is the USA and Britain) is not only Russia, but also France and Germany, then everything falls into place.
            1. 0
              13 March 2024 10: 07
              And if we assume that the goal of the West (this is the USA and Britain) is not only Russia,
              ..I repeat, the collective empire of lies has its mouth full of worries, Haemon has a real problem with illegal immigrants, the British mongrel also has a problem, the mad people don’t want to go back to their homeland for any reason, and they don’t want to work, and they brazenly demand benefits. .in short, in the foreseeable future, the collective empire of lies will have no time for Russia.... and the fact that the West wants to gut Russia with blood from its nose, this began since the birth of the Republic of Ingushetia... so there’s nothing to discuss about this.
              1. +1
                13 March 2024 10: 11
                This is how they (the USA and Britain) are now solving their problems. In our country lately, too, national organized crime groups have been raising their heads and are not striving to return to their homeland.... And the fact that everything is so bad for them is too exaggerated. There is a Russian speaker from Britain on the site, you can ask him - is everything so bad with them?
                1. 0
                  13 March 2024 10: 19
                  There is a Russian speaker from Britain on the site, you can ask him - is everything so bad with them?
                  ...here it all comes down to who he is in the social hierarchy...for example, I’m a pensioner, my life is not bad, according to my level, and the owner of a car dealership will say everything is very bad, because the goods have become more expensive and no one wants to buy, so there is no income fell... so and there... depending on whose social bell tower you are looking from
                  1. -2
                    13 March 2024 10: 22
                    I understand all this, but I don’t understand what can now be negotiated with the West (USA and Britain) in the interests of the Russian State, if we take the interests of the “conditional Abramovichs” out of the equation.
                    1. -2
                      13 March 2024 10: 26
                      but I don’t understand what can now be negotiated with the West (USA and Britain) in the interests of the Russian State,
                      ..yes, everything has already been outlined, negotiations on the terms of the Russian Federation...they were voiced a long time ago...the West didn’t like them...in short, for those who lived behind the stove from the beginning of the Northern Military District, then this is the SECTION OF UKRAINE, with all that it implies
                      1. -2
                        13 March 2024 10: 33
                        What does the “division of Ukraine” mean and who announced it. True, I somehow missed it. In the “Istanbul agreement” there was no talk about “partition with all that it entails.”
                      2. -1
                        13 March 2024 10: 44
                        What does the “division of Ukraine” mean and who declared it? True, I somehow missed it.
                        ...well, if that's the case
                        August 7, 2023, official statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry represented by Maria Zakharova
                        points that Moscow insists on in resolving the crisis:

                        .1. cessation of hostilities and “terrorist attacks” by Kiev;
                        2. The West stops “pumping up” Ukraine with weapons;
                        3 the neutral, non-aligned and nuclear-free status of Ukraine is confirmed;
                        4. “new territorial realities that have emerged as a result of the exercise by residents of new Russian regions of the right to self-determination enshrined in the UN Charter” are recognized;
                        5. demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine are ensured;
                        6. The rights of Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine and national minorities are ensured.
                        pay special attention to point 4.. this is federalization, followed by the departure of the southern regions to the Russian Federation
                      3. -1
                        13 March 2024 10: 57
                        You understand that Maria’s statements are complete nonsense.
                        Who and how, with what forces will carry out demilitarization and denazification?
                        Parts of the “new territorial realities” are still under the Armed Forces of Ukraine
                        What kind of suicide will come out and say - I’m giving up the territories to Russia?
                        This is about the southern regions in general...
                        Ukraine, by definition, cannot be “neutral”
                      4. +1
                        13 March 2024 11: 07
                        You understand that Maria’s statements are complete nonsense.
                        ...this is an official statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, the details of which were signed by the Council of the Federation, the Duma, and the guarantor himself...so this is not empty talk of Jeni Psaki and other Western LGBT people, ..a very specific statement...but that the West did not like it, So I wrote about this above...whether they will implement it or not, this is their problem...but this statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation is the new reality that frightens you.
                      5. 0
                        13 March 2024 11: 23
                        For the sake of fairness, there were a lot of “official statements” that turned out to be... It is precisely these “new realities” that are frightening, because they are not feasible in principle. I will say more, the time will come, it will become profitable for the West and it will “sign” and then in five years someone will say - “they deceived”. And again, “not doing” all this will be our “haemorrhage,” not theirs.
                      6. 0
                        13 March 2024 11: 53
                        To be fair, there were a lot of “official statements” that turned out to be...
                        ...is this about red lines?...well, here’s a statement about the SVO, they said it and did it...there is also a mirror response to the frozen 300 lard of the Russian Federation,..in the Russian Federation they froze 1.300 lard of Western assets, the lion’s share of them heroic... and on many counts... there’s nothing to complain about... there’s something to answer... just blunders about Abramovich’s yachts are baby talk
        2. -4
          13 March 2024 10: 16
          Well, why, sometimes from those who lift their sanctions. For this matter, an agreement or regrouping can be reached.
          1. -1
            13 March 2024 10: 19
            So I wrote above about the “conditional yacht of the conditional Abramovich.”
        3. +2
          13 March 2024 11: 20
          Quote: Vladimir M
          What is there to bargain about? The West “will not let us out of the Ukrainian trap”, will not lift the sanctions, will continue to put pressure, and will not give up its goals of the collapse of Russia.

          Apparently our government has been living in a different world for a long time, so behind loud statements there are always no equally loud deeds, and in their fantasies the hope for the possibility of reaching an agreement continues.
      2. 0
        13 March 2024 13: 58
        Quote: Horon
        The bluff with the West did not work, the West was not afraid.
        Macron’s bluff certainly didn’t work: even rabbis in the West began to disavow him.
        1. 0
          14 March 2024 09: 22
          Macron’s bluff certainly didn’t work: even rabbis in the West began to disavow him.

          Are we talking about “strength in truth” and claiming the truth? They belong to the “empire of lies”, so I don’t care about them and what they say, what’s more important is are we ready to adhere to these rules ourselves?
  4. -1
    13 March 2024 08: 37
    And I support this desire of Poland. Not only Poland, but also Hungary, so that a piece of Ukraine would remain in five regions in the center.
    1. Msi
      0
      13 March 2024 08: 39
      And I support this desire of Poland

      But I don’t... I always minus those who want to give something to Poland, Hungary or someone else...
      1. -3
        13 March 2024 08: 42
        What does it mean to give? This is not ours. Do you really want western Ukraine as part of Russia? God forbid we get this spider tribe. The Poles cannot stand Western Ukrainians, they despise them, so let them deal with them, there is nothing there that Russia needs. Transcarpathia is Hungary and everything here is for love, Hungarians really live there. Russia needs the southeast and the east.
        1. Msi
          +2
          13 March 2024 08: 47
          This is not ours

          Whose then?
          there is nothing there that Russia needs

          There is... Strategic depth... Which has always saved us...
          Transcarpathia is Hungary and everything here is for love

          To hell with the Hungarians...for what merit??? Do you know the history of the Great Patriotic War well?
          Who doesn’t like living with us, remember the recent experience of resettlement from the Zaporozhye region...
          1. +3
            13 March 2024 08: 57
            There is... Strategic depth...

            And no one wants to think about this.
            Today you give up the western part of Ukraine, in 80 years, you will have to give up the central part of Ukraine again, in another 80 years... This is how Western expansion happens.
            1. +1
              13 March 2024 09: 49
              Quote: Victor Sergeev
              What does it mean to give? This is not ours. Do you really want western Ukraine as part of Russia? God forbid we get this spider tribe. The Poles cannot stand Western Ukrainians, they despise them, so let them deal with them, there is nothing there that Russia needs.
              Poland will leave only Poles on its territory, and will either exterminate or evict the rest. And where will they evict if Europe is already overcrowded with refugees? I think we will get people from that territory to Russia. So let them live at home, as part of Russia.
              In this regard, the lands of the USSR (Russia) must be returned completely.
          2. +1
            13 March 2024 09: 12
            We have a lot of land that is not developed. That Ukraine has already been defeated. For the second year now, the DPR has not been liberated. Where is Kherson, you don’t have to remember about Zaporozhye.
          3. 0
            13 March 2024 09: 47
            To hell with the Hungarians...for what merit??? Do you know the history of the Great Patriotic War well?
            We don’t remember how the confrontation with the Hungarians began? 1849, then the Red Hungarian Republic...(please, I don’t think of justifying the Hungarian crimes of WWI and WWII)
        2. +2
          13 March 2024 08: 50
          Quote: Victor Sergeev
          Russia needs the southeast and the east.

          Hey Hey! They forgot about the center!! To the surprise of “some,” there were quite a few “waiters” even in the villages.
          1. -11
            13 March 2024 08: 56
            Do you need this center? The same jar with spiders devouring each other, let them eat each other until they self-destruct. Without Donbass, Odessa, Nikolaev, the center will die of hunger in five years, that’s when you might think. The main thing is not to take Kyiv, it’s a damned place, everyone is falling apart to whom it belongs. The main thing here is to put the fence higher so that these people don’t run to Russia.
            1. +6
              13 March 2024 09: 02
              Quote: Victor Sergeev
              Do you need this center?

              Needed. I live here.
              Quote: Victor Sergeev
              The main thing is not to take Kyiv, it’s a damned place, everyone is falling apart to whom it belongs.

              The last prince of Kyiv is Alexander Nevsky. And How? Has Russia collapsed?
              Quote: Victor Sergeev
              let them eat each other until they self-destruct.

              Yes, these will immediately rush to Europe. Those who wait will remain.
      2. +5
        13 March 2024 08: 57
        Quote from Msi
        I always minus those who want to give something to Poland, Hungary or someone else...

        I.V. Stalin at one time annexed the ZU not to “unite the people”! He created a shield in front of the USSR. He knew perfectly well that there would be war. And where would the Nazis be if ZU had not become part of the USSR? And so they had to “linger”
        That's why you have to give it away. Well, it’s not our people who live there.
        That’s why I believe in Nechay’s molfar prediction. The main thing is that the GDP does not falter.
        1. Msi
          +3
          13 March 2024 08: 59
          He created a shield in front of the USSR.

          Absolutely agree. The Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact is a brilliant victory for our diplomacy.
          That's why you have to give it away. Well, not our people live there

          I don’t agree to give it up... In extreme cases, some kind of buffer state, without an army, only police...
        2. 0
          13 March 2024 09: 05
          Quote: Egoza
          And where would the Nazis be if ZU had not become part of the USSR? And so to them had to "stay""

          For a week?
          1. Msi
            -2
            13 March 2024 09: 16
            For a week?

            fool the soldiers gained minutes, exchanged minutes for distances... While the headquarters formed new divisions... everything was not in vain.
            1. +1
              13 March 2024 09: 26
              Quote from Msi
              For a week?

              fool the soldiers gained minutes, exchanged minutes for distances... While the headquarters formed new divisions... everything was not in vain.

              My grandfather told me that they were on one bank of the river with their 4 howitzers from the encirclement (shells and 2-3 cartridges left for a rifle), and the Germans in cars on the other bank were overtaking them - singing. They made their way out of the encirclement in 2 weeks!!! did “hours and minutes” save here?
              If the General Staff of the Red Army, Comrade Zhukov, blew through everything he could?
              1. Msi
                -3
                13 March 2024 09: 37
                Who did “hours and minutes” save here?

                Russia was saved. The soldiers won minutes for Russia... It was called a little differently, then it was true...
                By the way, your story is very similar to the one my grandfather told about the encirclement... He escaped from the Kyiv encirclement, but in the summer of 1942 it no longer worked out in the Kursk region...
                If the General Staff of the Red Army Comrade Zhukov blew through everything he could

                It seems you have already written something similar... You are wrong. I respect the historian Isaev, he always calls Zhukov a great smart guy...
                1. 0
                  13 March 2024 11: 18
                  Quote from Msi
                  It seems you have already written something similar... You are wrong. I respect the historian Isaev, he always calls Zhukov a great smart guy...

                  Your choice.
                  In the 1970s and 80s they wrote that before the war, Great Zhukov, playing for the Blues, beat the Reds in full.
                  The Wehrmacht invaded almost completely repeating Zhukov’s actions in the exercises.
                  I repeat at your choice
                  1) NGSH RKKA Zhukov was unable to prevent HIS own victory over the Reds at the hands of the Wehrmacht.
                  2) Zhukov was a pest
                  3) history textbooks (all and all levels!!) lied like Trotsky about the genius of this commander.

                  I understand perfectly well what you will say now - “You are all lying! Zhukov is smart and they wrote the truth about him!!”

                  I am inclined to think that Rokossovsky was right in his characterization of Zhukov - “not a staff officer”...
                  The result of his activities was the loss of the entire Cadre Army by October.
                  And I’m absolutely not interested in whether he was smart or a boot. He was NOT in the right place - which led to a lot of problems
                  1. -1
                    13 March 2024 12: 00
                    And the People's Commissar of Defense was not responsible for anything? What about the Supreme and Beria?
                    Maybe he should still cool his ardor in attacking Zhukov? Perestroika is over, and it may not be possible to resume the wave of slander again. Or were they not given new manuals to yours?
                    1. -3
                      13 March 2024 12: 27
                      Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
                      And the People's Commissar of Defense was not responsible for anything?

                      And no one removes the blame from him
                      Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
                      Supreme
                      and from him too
                      Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
                      Beria
                      mmmm... what did he have to do with PRE-WAR Red Army? Why did you drag it in?

                      Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
                      Maybe he should still cool his ardor in attacking Zhukov?
                      what attacks? On whom?
                      To a person who modestly writes in his memoirs, “We had to learn to fight.” (modestly pointing out WE instead of ME)
                      And this is after Khalkhin Gol, Poland, Finland and the May training camps. The Reich did not have much more military experience (when combat losses are less than losses in road accidents, this is not a war at all) - but the staff officers were much better than Zhukov.
                      Then he thought too much of himself - forgetting about the mediocre start of the war. There were better commanders than him - he impudently pushed everyone away.
                      Unnecessarily exalted compared to others - much more worthy.
                      1. -1
                        13 March 2024 12: 59
                        Well, here we go again, starting the second round. Beria was in charge of intelligence at that time. I already gave you Merkulov’s report ten days before the German attack. Everything there is unambiguous. Did Beria and Merkulov bring this to Zhukov?
                        Did the People's Commissar of Defense, based on Merkulov's information, give appropriate orders to the Chief of the General Staff? Is the Chief of the General Staff or the People's Commissar of Defense in command? Or do you not know the simplest army structure and do not understand the responsibilities?
                      2. 0
                        13 March 2024 13: 12
                        Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
                        Is the Chief of the General Staff or the People's Commissar of Defense in command? Or do you not know the simplest army structure and do not understand the responsibilities?

                        Did I say that the People's Commissar of Defense NOT to blame?
                        Quote: Sergey Alexandrovich
                        I already gave you Merkulov’s report ten days before the German attack. Everything there is unambiguous. Did Beria and Merkulov bring this to Zhukov?
                        - in the first 10 days this is already too it's late.Secondly you suggest INSTEAD appoint Zhukov guilty Merkulov and Beria - for concealment information from the National General Staff? Have you uncovered a conspiracy? belay ?
                      3. -2
                        13 March 2024 13: 14
                        Ten days too late, really? Once again, do you know the responsibilities of the chief of staff, including the General Staff? We have to remind you that the chief of staff prepares information and materials for the commander to make a decision.
                        The chief of staff does not command.
                        Have you read Merkulov's report? Or do you remember here, but don’t remember here?
    2. +4
      13 March 2024 08: 59
      If the desire to squander state-owned lands is so great, is there a parallel desire to reclaim Bialystok from Poland in favor of Belarus?
      1. +1
        13 March 2024 09: 48
        will the residents of Bialystok want such happiness?
        1. +1
          13 March 2024 09: 52
          And who would ask them? As they come in large numbers, they will leave. The Belarusian population was expelled by the Poles, and the Poles themselves can also be expelled. Change, so change.
          Only by way of exchange, if Lvov is to Poland, then Bialystok is returned to Belarus.
          1. -3
            13 March 2024 10: 48
            Indeed, why stand on ceremony with the locals, the forum Aryans know what is best (who really?)...
            I am sure that Bialystok Belarusians will not want to change their country of residence en masse.
            And would it be interesting to read about the mass expulsion of Belarusians by the Poles?
            And what I know about resettlement after the war is somehow ambiguous for the Soviet regime
    3. -1
      13 March 2024 10: 17
      Don’t you want to give the Astrakhan region to the Golden Horde?
      1. 0
        13 March 2024 12: 32
        Quote: Gardamir
        Don’t you want to give the Astrakhan region to the Golden Horde?

        Actually along Ryazan (at least Tambov) inclusive. Saratov - Sary Tau - Yellow Mountain ..... lol
        But it was you who suggested Astrakhan - not me....
  5. -1
    13 March 2024 08: 38
    The Poles simply want to reclaim territories that were once under their control.

    We heard this primitive mantra two years ago, come up with something new, no one believes in this chatter anymore!
    1. 0
      13 March 2024 08: 39
      In principle, this is possible. A couple more years of war, a couple of years of zeroing out the population of Ukraine, and it will be possible to redistribute some territory. Such things are done under a very beautiful sign for the public.
      1. -1
        13 March 2024 08: 42
        a couple of years of zeroing out the population of Ukraine and you can

        “It” has been going on for a couple of years, and they still have the resources to build a fortification around Kharkov, and in the neighboring country, conscript soldiers are repelling attacks from enemy sabotage groups.
        1. 0
          13 March 2024 08: 49
          To throw concrete boxes or dig kilometers of trenches of varying quality, a lot of resources are unnecessary. In theory, all this would be covered with minefields and weapons of destruction that cover the minefields, but the question is whether there are enough resources. But you forget the main thing. I personally am ready to bet that no one will storm either Kharkov or other cities with a population of over a million. Sooner or later there will simply run out of people or those who have the desire to continue fighting. Accordingly, the Poles will have a chance to take a part for themselves beautifully.
          1. -1
            13 March 2024 08: 54
            no one will storm Kharkov or other million-plus cities

            Agree
            the Poles will have a chance to take a part for themselves beautifully.

            Disagree
        2. +1
          13 March 2024 08: 53
          In general, conscript soldiers are supposed to do this; the army is supposed to fight when the country is threatened. And the fortifications around Kharkov are a fiction, theft of funds. The 21st century is upon us. Russia's task: destroy the Ukrainian Armed Forces, its personnel, grind them with artillery, sparing their own.
    2. +1
      13 March 2024 08: 43
      This is not chatter. The Poles want it, but preferably without the population. Here I listened to one Lviv resident, and so they dream of becoming part of the Czech Republic, since the Poles cannot stand them and the Westerners are really afraid.
      1. +1
        13 March 2024 08: 46
        The Poles will reformat the Westerners if they manage to nibble off this territory.
        1. Msi
          0
          13 March 2024 08: 49
          The Poles will reformat the Westerners

          Agree. They will dissolve them... This is the strengthening of a centuries-old enemy... We don’t need this...
          1. +3
            13 March 2024 08: 52
            And after dissolution, such a Russophobic hybrid is formed..... belay
            1. Msi
              +2
              13 March 2024 08: 55
              And after dissolution, such a Russophobic hybrid is formed

              Yes, a creature, like in the movie "Alien" laughing I just watched it recently...
          2. +1
            13 March 2024 09: 00
            Agree. They will dissolve them.

            Genetic expansion.
        2. +1
          13 March 2024 09: 39
          It would be interesting to watch how they, the Poles and Ukrainians (Western), will “reformat” each other with equal success.
      2. 0
        13 March 2024 08: 52
        And pridetsaa. Well, be patient. A hundred pounds will clash. And only ONE can help. And it will help.
  6. +2
    13 March 2024 08: 48
    Poland wants to restore the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and those who offer us Nicholas Russia as a model want only to trade and teach us “international law”, dispassionately watching as parts of the former empire pass to geopolitical competitors.
    1. 0
      13 March 2024 08: 59
      Poland wants to restore the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth,

      This is the desire of middle-aged psheks after the second glass of beer... In reality, the USA will not allow anything to anyone... There are no borders in the European Union, the illusion of freedom is under the control of globalists
  7. +2
    13 March 2024 08: 51
    "why is Warsaw talking about the possible withdrawal of troops to Ukraine."

    Will someone correct errors before publishing the article?
    1. Msi
      +1
      13 March 2024 09: 03
      Someone will correct errors before releasing the article

      The article is “hot” apparently there is no time...
  8. +4
    13 March 2024 08: 58
    In Poland, not everything is as simple as it might seem to some...
    That is, quite a lot of people not only don’t want to get involved in a conflict with a serious power, there are a lot of people there who don’t need cresses and naf... a problematic, impoverished region, with a very problematic population...
    In general, wait and see.
    1. +3
      13 March 2024 09: 51
      As for me, very few people there at all want to get involved with the eastern lands, they are now having such internal disputes that will lead to death...
      I hadn’t heard about it in the Polish media before, maybe in some chat rooms.
      People live for today, how to get a better job, where to make money.
  9. -2
    13 March 2024 08: 59
    Come on? There it is. Where is the news that I read by email this morning that, according to him, the Russian Federation is ready for negotiations with Ukraine? Or we print here, but we don’t print here laughing
    1. 0
      13 March 2024 09: 09
      Quote from AdAstra
      Come on? There it is. Where is the news that I read by email this morning that, according to him, the Russian Federation is ready for negotiations with Ukraine? Or we print here, but we don’t print here laughing

      Read more... belay Have you tried the article?

      "The Russian President also stated that our country is ready to begin negotiations to resolve the crisis around Ukraine, but only taking into account the real situation."
      1. 0
        13 March 2024 09: 19
        "Come on? That's it."
        laughing
  10. -2
    13 March 2024 09: 00
    brakes.
    Medvedev (and therefore the Kremlin) has long wanted to give the lands of Ukraine to Poland.
    He publishes various maps, in a non-Russian language, by the way, and the media too.

    But for now these are claims against 5 actually annexed regions (unrecognized, by the way, even by Old Man)
  11. +2
    13 March 2024 09: 01
    Poland wants to return “its” lands that are part of Ukraine

    These are all words, but are there any real steps taken by the Poles in this direction? People have all sorts of desires, but not everyone gives in to them.
  12. 0
    13 March 2024 09: 01
    The Russian President also stated that our country is ready to begin negotiations to resolve the crisis around Ukraine, but only taking into account the real situation.

    What a stern response from someone who is used to striking first. He didn’t say that we would drive away in such a way that Poland would be remembered as a new Sodom and Gomorrah... Or he didn’t stop them with a gesture - they say, we’ll decide without snotty ones... But he said the usual:
    “You continue to sponsor the Nazis, support sanctions against Russia, and we are always ready to negotiate...”
    Why, we don’t need this policy of defeatism in Russia. This is not what WWII 26 was supposed to be for, and this is not what the soldiers in the Northern Military District are fighting for, in order to negotiate with the Judases...
    Take it and say: “Russia will find the time and place with whom to resolve the issue of the future fate of Ukraine, but it will not be the Poles!!!”
  13. +2
    13 March 2024 09: 09
    Putin mainly spoke in an interview with RIA
    not about Poland, but about the terms of negotiations with Ukraine,
    based "on the realities on the ground."
  14. +1
    13 March 2024 09: 25
    Quote from Msi
    Don't be afraid... All conflicts end in negotiations...

    What, already? But what about fulfilling the “special operation objectives”? Have they really already defeated the adversary, demilitarized and denazified? It doesn't look very similar...
  15. -1
    13 March 2024 09: 26
    Quote: Prokop_Svinin
    Then they will stay with their own people. But Putin has become old, and his thoughts are freely staggering. It wasn't noticed before.

    I wouldn’t say that, the Poles will not miss the moment to chop off part of the outskirts, especially since the GDP itself tells them options. I think there will be a trade. Everyone who even indirectly participates in the Northern Military District wants to compensate for their costs, except for America; they don’t need the outskirts.
    The closer our troops are to the western borders, the more accommodating everyone will become.
  16. +3
    13 March 2024 09: 29
    They (the Poles) will want to return... they dream and see, they want to return those lands that they consider historically theirs...

    This is repeated in the media like some kind of mantra, although in fact the Poles do not declare anything like this (except perhaps some marginalized people), since they know very well that no one will allow them to fulfill such demands, since in Europe they are categorically against the annexation of territories as a result of the war, they played enough of this back in the last century and categorically do not want to do this anymore; many there will have complaints against their neighbors if this is allowed.
    It seems that someone sincerely sees the world as a boys’ showdown “in the neighborhood” based on concepts, and does not want to understand the real world, which is much more complicated.
    1. -1
      13 March 2024 09: 54
      someone sincerely sees the world as a boys’ showdown “in the neighborhood” based on concepts, and does not want to understand the real world, which is much more complicated

      This someone talks a lot on TV for pensioners... But in reality, the big country continues to dance to the tune of the globalists and replace the indigenous population with “valuable specialists”
      1. 0
        13 March 2024 11: 00
        Look at the discussions of this and similar articles on VO. Many people sincerely believe that the issue can be resolved “in a boyish way” by dividing Ukraine between Russia and Poland, Hungary and other Romanias. But that's not scary yet.
        The scary thing is that it seems that some people at the very top also believe in this and count on it :((
  17. 0
    13 March 2024 09: 34
    Quote: Jovanni
    Quote from Msi
    Don't be afraid... All conflicts end in negotiations...

    What, already? But what about fulfilling the “special operation objectives”? Have they really already defeated the adversary, demilitarized and denazified? It doesn't look very similar...

    In the process, don't worry so much. Specially trained people will figure it out.
  18. -6
    13 March 2024 09: 38
    Yes, now let them take from them what they want. Then they will give it to us anyway.
  19. 0
    13 March 2024 09: 47
    Quote from solar
    They (the Poles) will want to return... they dream and see, they want to return those lands that they consider historically theirs...

    This is repeated in the media like some kind of mantra, although in fact the Poles do not declare anything like this (except perhaps some marginalized people), since they know very well that no one will allow them to fulfill such demands, since in Europe they are categorically against the annexation of territories as a result of the war, they played enough of this back in the last century and categorically do not want to do this anymore; many there will have complaints against their neighbors if this is allowed.
    It seems that someone sincerely sees the world as a boys’ showdown “in the neighborhood” based on concepts, and does not want to understand the real world, which is much more complicated.

    The Poles are now beloved wives of the United States, so they can want it, and it’s not for nothing that they periodically start talking about reparations from Germany. In the EU now, no one decides anything, everyone wants to be hegemons, but they are not strong enough, their economy is not on the rise right now.
    1. +1
      13 March 2024 12: 55
      No one in Europe will, under any circumstances, agree to transfer territories in this way. They've been playing at this for a long time. This is an objective reality, and we must proceed from it.
  20. -1
    13 March 2024 10: 01
    Did you just guess now? Have you been deceived again? While Russia lays down its children in battles in the east of Ukraine, the Poles will return territories in the west without firing a shot. This is how it should work. And not like Putin and Lavrov.
    1. -1
      13 March 2024 14: 39
      Quote: vet
      Here's how to work.
      Don’t compare Polish wishlists with the real work of politicians. You may even want to become the Prince of Orleans, but in reality you will remain a xoxlotroll.
  21. -3
    13 March 2024 10: 28
    Funny! The Russian President spends his time voicing Poland's wishes. Who will voice Russia's wishes?
  22. 0
    13 March 2024 10: 39
    No one understands the desires of the Poles as much as a true patriot of Russia :)
  23. -4
    13 March 2024 11: 42
    As far as I understand, they made an offer to the Poles?
    "come in, take it, we don't mind"....
    There will be an interesting twist.
    1. +1
      13 March 2024 14: 46
      Quote: aviapit123
      As far as I understand, they made an offer to the Poles?
      No, these Western horses were warned that they would become slaves to the Polish lords if they did not come to their senses.
  24. 0
    13 March 2024 12: 15
    The Poles, in an effort to get a piece of Ukraine, may open Pandora's box. Poland itself contains purely German lands.
    1. 0
      13 March 2024 13: 38
      And not only German ones. Polish Bialystok was part of Belarus, as is Vilna, which now belongs to Lithuania. I am for historical justice, but in its entirety.
      If circumstances are unfortunate for Poland, it will have to part with a lot. So, as they say, don't make it big while it's quiet.
  25. -4
    13 March 2024 12: 26
    Putin is already, as they say, testing the waters regarding the surrender of Western Ukraine to the Poles. fool Noble multi-move player. negative
  26. 0
    13 March 2024 13: 12
    they will never leave there again

    Sprinkle with cassette.
    They won't leave and it will end like that.
  27. 0
    13 March 2024 13: 15
    The fact that Poland wants to return is their problem, but they probably forgot that since 1815 it, together with Warsaw, was part of the Russian Empire. Following the war of 1812.
  28. AB
    -1
    13 March 2024 13: 17
    ...were taken away from them... BY THE FATHER OF PEOPLES.. STALIN... Putin did not label the mustache a bloody tyrant, usurper, etc., but called him the Father of Nations. When I read this, shivers ran down my spine. Our government, in theory, should hiss and smoke when talking about the Bolsheviks and their successes. Considering how they are being slandered, it’s been forty years already, and here it is...
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  30. 0
    14 March 2024 17: 26
    And Russia, what does it want to return?