The Kremlin comments on Duda's statement. “Poland always tries to get ahead of the curve”

The Kremlin comments on Duda's statement.  "Poland always tries to get ahead of the curve"

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov again referred to President Andrzej Duda's declaration on nuclear weapons in Poland. – Poland always tries to overtake the moving car – he said.

There has been a discussion in Polish politics for several days after President Andrzej Duda expressed his readiness to store nuclear weapons on Polish territory as part of the Nuclear Sharing program. – If our allies decide to deploy nuclear weapons as part of Nuclear Sharing also on our territory to strengthen the security of NATO's eastern flank, we are ready for it – said the Polish president in an interview with “Fakt”.

The Kremlin spokesman comments on Duda's statement about Nuclear Sharing

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was asked about the Polish president's statement in an interview on the first channel of Russian state television.

– Poland always tries to overtake the moving car, and it seems to me that Duda's statement even caused fear in the United States of America and several European capitals, because they hastened to declare that they had no such plans – emphasized Peskov, referring, among others, to to the statement of the US Department of State on this subject. Peskov. The Kremlin spokesman also expressed the belief that such statements about nuclear weapons “demonstrate the line of thinking” of the leadership of European countries.

The Kremlin is threatening possible retaliation

Earlier, Sergei Ryabkov, deputy head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, commented on Poland's potential participation in the Nuclear Sharing program. – Expanding the practice of NATO joint nuclear missions, regardless of who becomes the country or countries that may join those that already participate in this practice, is purely destabilizing and, in fact, threatening, he said in an interview with the Russian news agency TASS.

And next. – Therefore, all politicians who are now enthusiastically discussing such a program in Poland and abroad for their own reasons must understand: changes in this direction will not strengthen Poland's security, but such facilities will certainly become a priority military target for us – warned Sergei Ryabkov .

Peskov himself had already commented on Duda's statement, threatening possible Russian retaliation.

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