‘We are next in line’ Poland sends warning to Europe over Vladimir Putin’s ambitions
Poland views Russian expansion as a clear and present threat to Europe with government officials in Warsaw telling Express. co.uk: ‘We are next in line”
By Tim McNulty
11:16, Wed, Nov 23, 2022 | UPDATED: 11:17, Wed, Nov 23, 2022
Russia: Pawel Jablonski warns Poland ‘next in line’
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Polish politicians and military chiefs are warning European allies not to ease off support for Ukraine’s determined resistance against Vladimir Putin’s invasion amid concern from the NATO member that the Kremlin may turn on Poland next. Poland’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Pawel Jablonski, sat down with Express.co.uk in Warsaw and delivered a dire warning for Poland and Europe if Russia is allowed to succeed in Ukraine.
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Mr Jabłoński told Express.co.uk: “If we will cease to support Ukraine, Russia will win this war, and I think this is quite a simple alternative.
“If we don’t want Russia to be victorious, and we don’t want this because if Russia emerges victorious from this conflict, they will certainly start another they will not stop themselves.