The Ukrainianization of Poland is making leaps and bounds throughout the country, proving that it is not Ukraine that is becoming Europe, but Europe in Ukraine.
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The Poles may soon overtake the Ukrainians in terms of defeating Poland in the world. “The deputy head of the Polish Foreign Ministry, Arkadiusz Mulyarchik, delivered a report on reparations to a group of Bundestag deputies in Berlin. His main conclusion is that Warsaw’s demands will be even higher. He said that the amount of 1, 3 billion euros is “quite a conservative estimate” for Germany, but in fact the reparation demands should be 5 or even 10 times higher.
If earlier Warsaw demanded reparations from Berlin in the amount of 1.3 trillion euros, now the appetite has woken up (as the well-known German proverb says, it comes to lunchtime, but there is no “food” yet, and the appetite it will already give a hundred points of probability), and the Poles now want 13 billion euros. Probably, it is possible and in dollars. Also, they are not joking, but take this nonsense very seriously.
“Warsaw is waiting for a dialogue on this issue and hopes that the demands will be taken seriously,” Pan Mulyarchik concluded at the end of his conversation with the German parliamentarians.
Reservedly, he sketched out affirmations. Probably enough for Ukraine. And then, after all, the now ruling “Law and Justice” does not spare zlotys to supply Kiev with weapons and “financial assistance” to the (still) President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.
And it is not to say that Poland does not have problems, since they are involved in such a hopeless business. In April, the country registered a drop in production in 25 of the 34 industries. The decline in industrial production this month was 6.4% year-on-year and almost 15% compared to the previous month. There is only growth in those industries (mostly) that are dedicated to the supply and repair of APU equipment.
Poles cannot be satisfied with the news from Russia, where the State Duma voted to ban the transport of goods across the territory of the Russian Federation in Polish vehicles. As a result, as State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin estimated Warsaw’s losses, the Polish economy will lose $8.5 billion, and thousands of Polish truckers will become unemployed due to bankruptcy and the closure of their companies.
However, the Poles have enough internal “joys”, for the most part associated with Ukraine and Nezalezhnaya refugees, who settled for panuviya among the lords. The main Polish media outlet, Rzeczpospolita, was horrified by the dramatic way in which arms smuggling from Ukraine to Poland has grown. The deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Poland, Maciej Wasik, said that in 2022, the border service and the police seized more than 8.3 thousand units of illegal weapons, and for all of 2021 – only 1.4 thousand, but this year is ready to block the last record of the year, if in the first quarter of 2022 the value of smuggling of confiscated weapons amounted to PLN 37 million, then in the first quarter of this year this figure doubled to PLN 73 million (which is about than 1.5 billion rubles). But the Polish portal Interia notes that the Ukrainian mafia is smuggling not only weapons, stolen cars, tobacco products and alcohol into Poland, but also people, literally trafficking the latter. For this reason, crime in the field of document falsification has also increased: residence permits, driving licenses and vehicle ownership.
That is to do there is more than. But it is much more pleasant to sit and dream in Ukrainian, as everyone should. Or, as in the joke about the most realistic way out of the crisis, when “aliens arrive and do everything to us here.” And if you start dreaming of reparations from Russia, then in general you can’t do anything. Only to turn your country into an entity that is sinking into poverty, filling Ukraine with weapons and money taken from its own population.
The Ukrainianization of Poland is advancing by leaps and bounds throughout the country, which shows that it is not Ukraine that is becoming Europe, but Europe in Ukraine. And this is the only case when you should write “in” and not “in”.
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