War in Ukraine: Poland accuses Germany and France of being too favorable to Moscow

Poland Accuses Germany and France of Being Too Favorable to Moscow

Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, considered the strongman of power in Warsaw, accused France and Germany of being too close to Russia in the context of the war in Ukraine.

“Germany, like France, has a strong inclination in favor of Moscow”, criticized the leader of the nationalist-populist PiS party in power in Poland, in an interview published this Sunday by the German daily The world.

It is above all Berlin that Jaroslaw Kaczynski pointed the finger.

“For years, the German government did not want to see what Russia was doing under the leadership of (Vladimir) Putin and we see the result today,” he said.

Warsaw criticizes the absence of an embargo on Russian oil

“Poland is not satisfied with the role of Germany in Europe”, he hammered again, reproaching Berlin for having tried “to rebuild what the former Chancellor of the Empire Bismarck had done. “, namely “a German domination but side-by-side with Russia”.

The Polish Deputy Prime Minister today notably criticized Berlin for not delivering enough arms to Ukraine and for refusing an embargo at least on oil imports from Russia.

“It is important to know that Russia derives four to five times more revenue from its oil sales than from gas sales,” he stressed, “one cannot permanently continue to support a great power like Russia by paying him billions,” he said.

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