Peskov called threat to Poland’s willingness to place military facilities in other countries

The Kremlin believes that Poland does not threaten Russia itself, but its willingness to provide its territory for military infrastructure of other countries and NATO is a threat. According to the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, Moscow is forced to take security measures.

“By itself, Poland is unlikely to pose a threat to Russia. But as a country, ready to provide its territory for military infrastructure of third countries or an organization like the Alliance that is a threat to us,” said Mr Peskov in the “Big game” on “the First channel”.

The representative of the Kremlin recalled that Moscow has always said about the undesirability and danger “consistent drift” NATO’s military infrastructure towards its borders. “We hate it, and most importantly — it forces us to take the measures necessary to guarantee the security of our country”,— he added.

June 19, Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called provocative the actions of NATO in the Baltic States and Poland. He made this statement after talks with his Belarusian counterpart Vladimir Makei in Minsk. The Russian foreign Ministry does not exclude provocations by NATO before the military parade in Moscow in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory, which will be held June 24. At the beginning of June in Poland began large-scale military exercises.

Read more about exercise — in the material “Kommersant” “USA and Poland gave a General spirit.”


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