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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Defense Minister of Poland called the monster for a passage on Russia in NATO

No sooner had the Minister of defence of Poland Anthony Macierewicz to Express their opinion about the work of ex-foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski and his alleged suggestion that Russia should be a member of NATO, he “threw stones”.

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The scandal erupted after the office of Makarevicha completed last week, the audit activities of the previous Cabinet of Poland in the Sejm. Particularly defense Minister “walked” through diplomatic Agency, criticizing the work of the Ministry of foreign Affairs and former head Radoslaw Sikorski.

Macierewicz erupted, emotional speech, in which he accused the previous foreign Minister, who allegedly left the country in an extremely vulnerable position.

“What has done this to you Poland, you left her so vulnerable? What happened in the armed forces, in your minds? Then, when everything pointed to approaching the worst of the conflict,… you said about the safety with the Russian side and Minister of foreign Affairs Radoslaw Sikorski – approx. ed.) in your government claimed that Russia will soon become a member of NATO”, – he addressed to the former government of Poland.

In response to this statement Sikorski also did not hold back the emotions on his Twitter page quite simply cursed Antoni Macarevich.

“Antek, freak, show the quote when I allegedly said that “the Russian Federation will soon become a member of NATO?”, – he wrote, which caused a flurry of negative comments from users of social networks.

Hejt hejtem, Living ale wiecie, że tym z cytatem członkostwie o Rosji w NATO to @sikorskiradek ma rację? Tego Nie powiedział. Koniec kropka

— Stanisław Żerko (@StZerko) 16 may 2016

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