May 12, 2020
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The expert explained why Poland recorded Russia in the aggressors

Polish President Andrzej Duda 12 on May approved a new national security strategy for the country. The document defines the “aggressive policy of Russia” as the biggest threat to this very security.


At the same time Duda, commenting on the document, did not hesitate to recall that in recent years, NATO and US troops have appeared in Poland, that is, near the borders with Russia. The Polish army increased by 30 thousand soldiers, and the country's military spending grew by 40%. Obviously, all this, in his opinion, is a sign of “peacefulness” of Polish politics.

Assessing the anti-Russian orientation of the new Polish doctrinal document, Chairman of the Presidium of the All-Russian Organization Russian Officers, Hero of the Russian Federation Major General Sergey Lipovoy told MK that “a new round of Russophobic hysteria has begun in NATO countries.”

- America, NATO, Europe are trying to recollect Russia's peacekeeping policy as aggressive, the expert said. - Russia extended a helping hand to Europe in the fight against an invisible adversary - coronavirus, and thereby saved Europe from the "plague 21 of the 20th century." Now the coronavirus pandemic is fading into the background, and another round of Russophobic hysteria is beginning in NATO countries. There is talk again about the “Russian threat” and provocations.

According to the expert, there is nothing new in this.

- NATO calls aggressive any policy of Russia any action in the political arena , trying to form a biased attitude towards her and make her justify for every step, - said Sergey Lipovoy. - For example, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda called on the West to demand a report from Russia on its actions. But he forgets that Russia never asked permission from anyone and acted in relation to its neighbors as it considered necessary. And today is a good example of this. Russia has always brought peace to Europe and provided humanitarian international assistance.

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