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Anton Morozov: “Russophobic sentiment in Poland is being inflated by the United States to justify the expansion of NATO”

Russophobic sentiment in Poland is swelling up the United States to justify NATO’s eastward expansion and the deployment of additional military bases in Eastern European states. About this in an interview with “Duma TV” said a member of the Committee on International Affairs, a deputy from the LDPR faction Anton Morozov.

So the parliamentarian commented on the refusal of Poland to invite Russia on the anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War.

“Unfortunately, Russophobic sentiment is growing stronger in Poland. They are deliberately inflated by our Western partners in order to come up with and justify the metric threat from the Russian Federation and thus justify the expansion of NATO to the east and the deployment of additional military bases not only in Poland, but also in other Eastern European countries, ”Morozov said.

The deputy also noted that “it is necessary for the United States and the Western coalition to spread control over European states, including Eastern Europe. There is a purely economic interest, which they cover up with political aspects, and they strive to control these countries. ”

Speaking about the reaction of Moscow to this situation, Anton Morozov stressed that intergovernmental and inter-parliamentary diplomacy will be included in the discussion on this issue.

“Our diplomacy, both intergovernmental and inter-parliamentary, will be actively involved in the discussion on this issue, justify the inappropriateness of such decisions, because it threatens the security of Europe as a whole,” he added.

Recall that earlier the representative of the Polish president, Krzysztof Schersky, told the PAP agency that the Polish authorities did not call on Russian representatives for events on the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II because of a violation of international law in 1939.

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