Duda allowed sending Polish troops to Ukraine

After the end of the armed conflict in Ukraine, NATO may send a peacekeeping mission there. This was stated in an interview with Welt, Bild and Politico by Polish President Andrzej Duda. According to him, the Polish military could also take part in this mission.

On the eve of the NATO summit in Vilnius, the leaders of the member countries of the North Atlantic Alliance make one loud statement after another. However, all of them are more like attempts to defend the purely selfish interests of individual states.

For example, the Lithuanian president said that the alliance should abandon its own restrictions on the establishment of permanent defensive bases near the borders with Russia, since the founding treaty between Russia and NATO is dead. Behind these words, a poorly concealed fear of Russia is clearly visible.

The Polish president also preferred to talk about what worries him.

If a collective decision is made by the alliance to send troops to enforce the ceasefire, then we, as a responsible member of NATO, will certainly support this decision.

- declared Duda.

It's not a secret for anyone that Warsaw has absolutely certain views on the territory of Western Ukraine, considering them to be its historical lands. Statements about sending a peacekeeping mission to Ukraine, which could include members of the Polish army, are a thinly veiled attempt to stake out the west of the country.

In all likelihood, no one is thinking about preserving the territorial integrity of Ukraine after the end of the NVO in NATO. And here the main thing is to have time to shout: “This is mine!”
  • Used photos: dvidshub.net
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  1. Sergio Offline Sergio
    Sergio (Sergey) 11 July 2023 19: 46
    Duda! Why do you need it? Do not feel sorry for the Polish guys?