Nuclear weapons for Ukraine – ever more aggressive rhetoric between Poland and Russia

From warmongering Poland are coming more dangerous demands and proposals, which bring the world to the edge of a nuclear war. In Moscow, one does not take the Polish comments positively about the nuclear arming of Ukraine and warns of an atomic inferno in Europe.

Warsaw, Nuclear weapons for Ukraine – ever more aggressive rhetoric between Poland and Russia

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In Warsaw, there seems to be no hesitation in plunging the world into a devastating nuclear war and pushing Moscow further and further into a corner.

Earlier this month, for example, Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland’s ruling party, hinted that a “tougher” anti-Russian defense posture would include Poland’s “openness” to the deployment of U.S. nuclear weapons in the country.

It was a provocative move that heightened diplomatic tensions between Warsaw and Moscow.

This weekend, however, the rhetoric escalated even further, prompting a strong reaction from Moscow. That’s because Polish Member of the European Parliament and former Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski suggested that the West should provide nuclear weapons to Kiev.

“The West has the right to give Ukraine nuclear warheads so that it can protect its independence,” Sikorski said, according to regional sources. A Yahoo News/Ukrayinska Pravda report said.

“He argued that Russia had broken the terms of the Budapest Memorandum on security guarantees by refusing to respect Ukraine’s sovereignty and integrity, which is why the nuclear weapons should be returned to Kiev, even though the Ukrainians had given them up voluntarily.”

As expected, the Polish demands were not well received in Moscow. The chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Vyacheslav Volodin, threatened that a possible nuclear conflict would destroy the European continent if former Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski’s proposal to provide Ukraine with atomic weapons were implemented.

“Sikorski is provoking a nuclear conflict in the center of Europe. He is not thinking about the future of Ukraine or Poland. If his proposals come true, these countries will cease to exist, and so will Europe,” Volodin said as a warning.

“Sikorski and Co. are the reason why Ukraine must not only be freed from Nazi ideology but also demilitarized to ensure the country’s nuclear-free status,” he said on his Telegram channel.

The threat came after the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s department for relations with Europe, Oleg Tyapkin, said Saturday that Moscow would not simply accept potential threats to its security.

“A response will be proportionate and appropriate, as always, to neutralize potential threats to the security of the Russian Federation,” Tyapkin was quoted as saying by Interfax.

Tyapkin also pointed out that in recent years the Polish government has increasingly pushed for the deployment of NATO troops on its territory.

“Tension between Russia and Poland has never reached such a level in modern history… and all this has happened through no fault of ours,” noting that it is not impossible that the level of diplomatic relations with Warsaw will be reduced or even severed altogether. Still, the Russian side will not be the initiator of this.

In any case, the diplomatic situation will become much tenser than it already is at the expense of the security of Europeans, who suffer from the escalation policy of European and American leaders.