The Polish opposition and “half of Europe” have a desire to improve relations with Russia, Polish Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Gliński said in an interview published in Kurier Lubelski on May 2.
He stated that the political rivals of the ruling party have no other way, they depend on their electorate. These politicians are hostages of the forces that want to end the conflict in Ukraine as soon as possible and return to cooperation with Russia.
“Half of Europe is like that,” Glinski stressed. He said that the opposition leader, former Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, returned to Poland after working in the European Council to save Nord Stream.
Parliamentary elections will be in Poland in the fall. The ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) accuses opposition groups of trying to establish relations with Moscow.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency