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Friday, October 21, 2016

The Minister of defence of Poland: Russia is the main threat to the security of the world

The Minister of defence of Poland Anthony Macierewicz, commenting on the extension of the NATO presence in the East, said that this is necessary because at the moment Russia is the biggest threat to the security of the world.” The words of Makarevicha quotes RIA “news” referring to Agency PAP.

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The Minister explained that Russia is different from Western countries, and a lack of understanding of this leads to systematic errors in the relations with our country. Macierewicz caveat that makes his statements about the threat from Russia “with all due respect to the Russian people.”

Macierewicz, believes that NATO expansion is an appropriate response to facing the block calls, and calls the recent decision to create a new historical bases.

We will remind that earlier, Macierewicz already made strong statements that are associated with Russia. So, he believed that Russia is directly related to the plane crash of President Kaczynski near Smolensk, and explained his position in retaliation for the requirement of recognition of the massacre in Katyn.

He later said about the mass infiltration of Russian drones-drones into the country and noted that NATO battalion, which the unit intends to deploy in Poland (and also in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), should be enough to deter a first strike by the Russian troops, if any, will take place.

In Russia on the statement of Makarevicha reacted sharply: Ministry of foreign Affairs called them “speculation” and “irresponsible statements”.

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