Poland announced the relief of the "threat" from the Kaliningrad region


Residents of the Polish Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, bordering the Kaliningrad region, complain of fears associated with the proximity of the Russian region. However, their "fears" were dispelled by the country's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.


During the pre-election tour of the party in power "Law and Justice" in the provinces of Poland, Morawiecki also visited the Warmia and Mazury province, announcing the strengthening of the NATO military contingent.

Residents of Warmia and Mazury can feel safe. This is where we are reinforcing the presence of the Polish army and allied forces

- said the Polish prime minister.

According to Morawiecki, NATO units are based near the voivodeship, which, if necessary, will be able to protect the local population and thus stop the “threats” from the Kaliningrad region.

In addition, Morawiecki emphasized that the North Atlantic Alliance, having realized the "danger" from Russia, decided to strengthen its eastern flank. From the north, Poland is protected by a new member of the Western bloc - Finland.

Meanwhile, the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship is one of the poorest in Poland, economic whose well-being largely depends on Russian tourists coming from Kaliningrad. Now, after similar initiatives by Warsaw and NATO, the voivodship's standard of living may drop noticeably.
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  1. Ladislav Sedlak Offline Ladislav Sedlak
    Ladislav Sedlak (Ladislav Sedlak) 25 July 2022 17: 13
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    Karlovy Vary was a wealthy city at the time when the city cooperated with tourists from the Russian Federation. It was a great collaboration. Suddenly we lost interest in tourists from Russia, and once again plaster falls from houses, and nightclubs close. And how alive it was. Russian tourists had money and knew how to spend it. drinks
    1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 25 July 2022 19: 15
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      Alas, I will never go to the Czech Republic. A beautiful country, excellent beer, but Russophobia was noticeable even before the CBO.
      Yes, and the inhabitants of the former Ukraine have been accepted since ancient times. What does not make living in the Czech Republic as comfortable as in many other countries.
  2. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
    Ulysses (Alexey) 25 July 2022 22: 10
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    Residents of the Polish Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, bordering the Kaliningrad region, complain of fears associated with the proximity of the Russian region

    The residents of the voivodship recall with nostalgia the border trade with the KO, from which they lived well.
    Meat and milk with fruits and vegetables went in one direction. Inexpensive fuel, cigarettes and other goodies went to another. Plus tourism, Kaliningraders were happy to go to Poland for the weekend in the same water parks ...
    All this was covered by Warsaw, with its "strong-willed decision".
    Now Russophobia is being pumped up, but again, it comes not from the inhabitants of the voivodships bordering us, but from Warsaw ..