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Sergei Zheleznyak: “The Polish authorities, on the pretext of a fictitious Russian aggression, are transforming the country’s territory into an American bridgehead”

“The authorities of Poland, on the pretext of fictitious aggression of Russia, are transforming the country’s territory into an American bridgehead.” So commented a member of the State Duma committee on international affairs, Sergei Zheleznyak, the statement of the President of Poland on the need to stop the “imperial policy” of Russia, including by transferring additional US forces to Poland.

“It’s time to stop not Russia, which has no intention of attacking anyone, but the creeping US intervention, which, with the active participation of the Polish authorities, is turning the country into a zone of American occupation. Official Warsaw demonstrates a lack of political will. The Polish authorities, apparently, do not have enough of the existing NATO and directly American contingent to cope with their Russophobic paranoia. As for the strategic interests of the American warriors, there is a clear US military intervention in eastern Europe, closer to the borders with Russia. American hawks are expanding their presence in Europe with the help of compromising policies of individual European states, ready to give up national interests and sovereignty in making political decisions. A striking example is the willingness of the Polish authorities to switch to expensive American liquefied natural gas to the detriment of the economy and interests of the country’s population, ”the politician emphasized.

“In order to maintain control over Europe, the United States manipulates the conflict links in the European partnership, including Poland, whose leadership is ready to blindly fulfill the will of the overseas patron, obeying both energy, defense, and foreign policy,” the deputy noted.

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