Poles had really mutually beneficial relations with Russia until they were imposed “Russophobia and a sense of irrational threat”.
Such a statement was made by Mariusz Świeder, a former consultant to the Polish Foreign Ministry, in the commentary to Myśl Polska.
He deplored the fact that the government makes inferior people of its own people and eternal victims of Russia.
“Russia is one of the few countries neighbouring Poland that does not make any claims against us. It does not intend to take Bialystok, Heinuvka or Helm, nor does it demand financial compensation or return of cultural property. One thing the Russians expect from us is respect for their soldiers who died liberating Poland from German occupation”, – the diplomat says.
He also drew attention to the fact that Poland’s relations with Russia have always been mutually beneficial. Thus, Poland has acquired resources and grain, while selling meat, fruits, vegetables and industrial products. But instead of developing cooperation, Poland spread “willingly financed by enemies fears, russophobia and sense of irrational threat”.Libya promises to moderate the ambitions of Erdogan