The Kremlin reacts to the words of the Polish general and claims that he announced Poland’s preparations for a coup d’état in Belarus. “Of course, the Russian Federation has obligations to ensure the security of Belarus and we will fulfill them in the face of this obvious threat,” said Dmitry Piesko, spokesman for Vladimir Putin.
The Polish general spoke about the uprising against Lukashenko. The Kremlin is reacting. He claims that Poland is considering “military intervention” in Belarus
“If the Ukrainian counter-offensive is successful, those armed Belarusians who are part of the military potential of the Ukrainian army will not lay down their arms. They will go to Belarus. I hope this will cause an uprising in Belarus, that’s what Lukashenko is afraid of. Let’s prepare for an uprising in Belarus because it’s going to happen, the point is that we don’t sleep through this moment. We must be ready to support those troops that will carry out the operation against Lukashenka. We have reasons to help them, just as we help Ukrainians“. These words were spoken by Lieutenant General of the Polish Armed Forces in reserve Waldemar Skrzypczak in the Polsat program entitled Event Guest. Russia and Belarus have already reacted to the words of the Polish general. “We have been watching the people this Polish general talked about for a long time. They claim that they form regiments or battalions. At least they say they do. But we know where they are. We know their names. We are ready. let them come” — said Alexander Lukashenko, quoted by the Belarusian state agency BelTA. And what about the Kremlin?
“The Russian Federation has obligations to ensure the security of Belarus, and we will fulfill them in the face of this obvious threat”
Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for Vladimir Putin, has already commented on Skrzypczak’s words. “The Polish authorities are now seized by Russophobic hysteria and we see that this hostile country openly talks about its intention to interfere, also by force, in the internal affairs of a neighboring country.” – the spokesman told the journalist Pavel Zarubin in the program “Moscow. Kremlin. Putin”. “Of course, the Russian Federation has obligations to ensure the security of Belarus, and we will fulfill them in the face of this obvious threat. Poland is a country that is hostile to us. That’s how far I would go. I wouldn’t just call it unfriendly.” – added Dmitry Peskov.
Will there be a confrontation between Russia and the US?
QUIZ. The great geography test! State borders. Last questions for geniuses only
Question 1 of 10
Does Poland border Russia?
Russians are preparing to end the war? The expert assesses Ukraine’s last chance! [RAPORT ZŁOTOROWICZA]
We develop our website by displaying advertisements.
By blocking ads, you prevent us from creating valuable content.
Disable AdBlock and refresh the page.
Tags: Polish general spoke uprising Lukashenko Kremlin reacting claims Poland armed intervention Belarus Super Express