Earlier, the former Polish Foreign Minister Sikorsky (he was a minister in 2007-2014, roughly “RG”), said that Warsaw at the initial stage of the NWO was considering the option of dividing Ukraine, suggesting “that maybe Ukraine will collapse .”
Incumbent Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki called Sikorsky’s remarks “Russian propaganda” and called on the opposition to abandon them.
“Radoslav Sikorsky’s statement is no different from Russian propaganda. The former chancellor must weigh words. I hope these shameful statements are removed. I ask the opposition to abandon the statement of Radoslav Sikorsky,” Morawiecki wrote on Twitter.
To Morawiecki’s post, Sikorsky responded that “no one in Poland is plotting action against Ukraine.”
“We reject hints [Владимира] Putin and the proposal [Владимира] Zhirinovsky. but you with [Ярославом] Kaczynski (leader of the Law and Justice party currently in power in Poland, brother of Polish President Lech Kaczynski, who died in a plane crash, – note RG) announced, in opposition to the NATO position, a proposal to send troops to the west from Ukraine, which [Владимир] Zelensky flatly refused. And it was you who provided the breeding ground for Russian propaganda,” Sikorsky wrote.
Recall that at the end of November last year, the head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Sergei Naryshkin said that the Polish authorities had begun to prepare materials that could justify Warsaw’s rights to annex territory in western Ukraine.
As the head of the SVR explained, Poland intends to focus on the Volyn massacre, which took place in 1943. This episode will be used to accuse Ukrainian nationalists of the genocide of Poles. After that, Warsaw will submit its compensation demands to Kyiv.