The Polish prime minister criticized the country's president for his words about his readiness to place American nuclear weapons in the country

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The Polish prime minister criticized the country's president for his words about his readiness to place American nuclear weapons in the country

The head of the Polish government, Donald Tusk, criticized the country's President Andrzej Duda for his words about his readiness to deploy American nuclear weapons on Polish territory. At the same time, Tusk said that he was looking forward to meeting with the head of state in order to “well understand Mr. Duda’s intentions.”

Tusk also stressed that he expects that all initiatives relating to state security issues will henceforth be carefully prepared by people who are directly responsible for all steps taken.





The Polish Prime Minister also added that the idea regarding the deployment of nuclear weapons in the country weapons, is very large-scale and serious, so he would like to get acquainted with the motives that prompted Duda to make such statements.

Earlier, the President of Poland said that American nuclear weapons could be deployed on the territory of the republic as part of the NATO Nuclear Sharing program. According to Duda, he has previously discussed this issue with American allies on several occasions.

At the same time, Duda explained this intention by saying that Russia continues to strengthen the Kaliningrad region from a military point of view, and therefore Warsaw seeks to secure itself from the “Russian threat.”

After Duda’s statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry emphasized that if American nuclear weapons are deployed in Poland, the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces will take this factor into account in military planning, and all American nuclear facilities in this country will become legal targets for possible strikes in the event of an armed conflict.
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  1. +1
    April 22 2024 17: 15
    and all American nuclear facilities in this country will become legal targets for possible strikes in the event of an armed conflict.

    Well, it’s not like the Russians will offer you bigus and a glass of bimber.
    1. +1
      April 22 2024 18: 34
      And the prime minister turned out to be smarter than the president... He clearly doesn’t want to die in a radioactive hell... Well, no, really... Putin said in HELL, that means in HELL... And we’ll still live on earth, and then we’ll go to Heaven ... laughing
      1. 0
        April 22 2024 22: 25
        Quote: Lev_Russia
        He clearly doesn’t want to die in a radioactive hell.

        It turns out that he even thinks about the country, but I thought that he stood up for America. Happens.
  2. -3
    April 22 2024 17: 18
    After Duda’s statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry emphasized that if American nuclear weapons are deployed in Poland, the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces will take this factor into account in military planning, and all American nuclear facilities in this country will become legal targets for possible strikes in the event of an armed conflict.

    Well, there will be weapons there. This is all.
    That's all. And does the General Staff of the Russian Federation have any ideas?
    1. 0
      April 22 2024 22: 27
      Quote: ximkim
      That's all. And does the General Staff of the Russian Federation have any ideas?

      Well, it’s better for you to turn to Gerasim, he knows better, to drown Mu-Mu, or destroy Poland.
  3. +2
    April 22 2024 17: 19
    Doesn’t Duda understand that security comes from OWN nuclear weapons, I’m not his uncle? Good, bad, much, little - but YOURS, which you can manage.
    And if you are just a platform, then your fate is also a platform - wait until your uncle decides to strike Russia and there will be absolutely nothing left of you. One memory in old geography textbooks.
    Uncle is clearly not going to ask you about this.

    How stupid do you have to be not to understand all this? Or hate your country, if you understand, but do it anyway.

    Tusk, of course, is also a digestive waste no better than that Duda, also a textbook Russophobe. But, apparently, the self-destruct button has not yet been pressed, if the instinct of self-preservation works. And Dula, it seems, is tired of life - the salary is small, his wife doesn’t respect him, the children are dunces, his boss in Washington doesn’t appreciate him? Is the whole world in ruins? Well, the world is not peace, but Poland is easily.
    So go and kill yourself against the wall - why drag the whole country with you?
    1. +2
      April 22 2024 17: 47
      That is, if the Russian Federation and the United States start a nuclear war, will there be anything left of Poland?
      Regardless of whether there are nuclear weapons there, there are no nuclear weapons there, Poland is a NATO member and in the event of a major war, no stone will be left unturned there.

      But is a local war possible between Poland and the Russian Federation?
      What if Poland has an American base with nuclear weapons? Will this limit the plans of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces?
      Is a base with nuclear weapons a guarantee against attack on them? Without starting a global war.
      1. +2
        April 22 2024 17: 54
        Quote: Neo-9947
        Is there anything left of Poland if the Russian Federation and the United States start a nuclear war?
        Regardless of whether there are nuclear weapons there, there are no nuclear weapons there, Poland is a NATO member and in the event of a major war, no stone will be left unturned there.

        So am I about
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        One memory in old geography textbooks.


        Quote: Neo-9947
        But is a local war possible between Poland and the Russian Federation?
        But this is unlikely. The Poles were already eager and we know how it ended. Washington said very clearly - “on my own behalf - go ahead, don’t fasten NATO.”
        Quote: Neo-9947
        Is a base with nuclear weapons a guarantee against attack on them? Without starting a global war.
        And in the event of a Polish war without NATO, the speed with which America darted out of Afghanistan will seem like a very slow and gradual withdrawal of troops. I think the US base will not wait until it arrives accidentally or not at all.
    2. +1
      April 22 2024 22: 29
      Quote: Zoldat_A
      Doesn’t Duda understand that security comes from OWN nuclear weapons, I’m not his uncle?

      As a person from Transbaikalia, I know my gun is more reliable than someone else’s.
  4. 0
    April 22 2024 19: 02
    Who won’t let you “discuss it in person”? - I met you in the corridor and discussed it laughing
    1. 0
      April 22 2024 22: 30
      Quote: Bone1
      Who won’t let you “discuss it in person”? - I met you in the corridor and discussed it

      For me, it’s better in the toilet, where it’s better to drown your opponent than to discuss it.
  5. +1
    April 23 2024 06: 30
    Once again, the Russian Foreign Ministry is shaking its fists, puffing out its cheeks, scaring... In 1962, the United States gave the USSR a week's time to remove the missiles from Cuba. In case of refusal, they would start bombing our launchers... And we are only engaged in idle chatter.