Poland plans to take control of part of Ukraine?

Washington and Warsaw are working out plans to establish Poland's control over "historic possessions" in Ukraine.

Source: Sputnik
EPA/EFE/ Lukasz Gagulski
EPA/EFE/ Lukasz Gagulski

This was stated today by the director of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia, Sergei Naryshkin.

"According to information received from Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service, Washington and Warsaw are working out plans to establish strong military-political control of Poland over 'its historical possessions' in Ukraine," he said.

It is, in fact, an attempt to repeat the historic "agreement" for Poland after the First World War, when the collective West, represented by the Entente, recognized Warsaw's right to first occupy part of Ukraine to protect its population from "Bolshevik threats" and then include those territories in the Polish state, Naryshkin noted.

"The events that followed became a clear illustration of the colonial order and forced Polonization as the basic methods for building a greater Poland," the security guard added.

"The first phase of reunification should be the entry of Polish troops into the western areas of the country under the slogan of their protection from Russian aggression. The modalities of the upcoming mission are currently being discussed with the Joe Biden administration. According to preliminary agreements, with the participation of the states willing to participate. Warsaw has so far failed to reach an agreement with potential members of the 'like-minded coalition', "Naryshkin said.

According to him, the Polish intelligence services are looking for representatives of the Ukrainian elite with whom they can agree to form the so-called democratic counterweight to Warsaw-oriented neo-Nazis, who would support Poland's plans to deploy troops to western Ukraine.

"According to the calculations of the Polish administration, preventive consolidation in the west of Ukraine will most likely lead to the disintegration of the country. At the same time, Warsaw will essentially gain control over the territories where the 'Polish peacekeepers' will enter," Naryshkin explained.

As he stated, it is planned that the "peace contingent" of Poland will be deployed in those parts of Ukraine where the danger of a direct conflict with the Russian army is minimal.

However, the Polish leadership is not interested in 'additional spies' of its operation. It is planned that the so-called peacekeeping contingent will be deployed in those parts of Ukraine where the danger of direct conflict with the Russian Armed Forces is minimal. The priority ‘combat tasks’ of the Polish army will include gradual taking control of the National Guard of Ukraine over the strategic facilities located there", Naryshkin pointed out.


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