Medvedev comments on the idea of "derussification" of the European economy

21.03.2022, Moscow.

The “derussification” of the Polish economy will cost Poland dearly, but Poland has nothing to lose, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev wrote on his Telegram channel on March 21.

According to him, the program announced by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to “derussify the Polish and European economy” is “expensive and senseless.”

Medvedev said that Poland has already lost “everything it could have lost because of its own pathological Russophobia over many years,” so it can safely “run ahead of the locomotive” of anti-Russian sanctions.

The deputy chairman of the Council of the Russian Federation stressed that the Polish authorities, “controlled by their US masters”, do not take into account the interests of Polish citizens at all. And the refusal to buy Russian gas, oil, and coal is based not on Poland’s economic interests, but on “Russophobia of talentless politicians and their puppeteers from over the ocean with obvious signs of senile marasmus.”

Obviously, says Medvedev, Poles benefit from economic cooperation with Russia, “human relations are irreplaceable, and the cultural and scientific exchange between the homelands of Pushkin and Mickiewicz, Tchaikovsky and Chopin, Lomonosov and Copernicus is vitally important.”

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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