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Polish deputy FM says Russia must emerge weakened from war

13.05.2022 12:45
A Polish deputy foreign minister has said that Russia must emerge weakened from its invasion of Ukraine so that it is unable to attack other countries in the future.
Marcin Przydacz.
Marcin Przydacz.PAP/Albert Zawada

“It is definitely in Poland’s interests for Russia to come out of this war weakened in a lasting way, both militarily and economically,” Marcin Przydacz said in an interview with the Polska Times.pl website.

He added: “We must ensure that Moscow is unable to cause another conflict like the one we’re seeing in Ukraine, for at least a generation.”

Przydacz told Polska Times.pl that “such is the aim of the policy of sanctions” pursued by the European Union, the United States and Britain.

“Poland believes that Russia should be subjected to sanctions until it renounces its aggressive actions and its revisionist foreign policy,” Przydacz stated.

Friday is day 79 of Russia’s war on Ukraine.


Source: PAP, wgospodarce.pl