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Former Polish president urged to attack Moscow if Russia attacks Ukraine

During a conversation with journalists, Lech Walesa also said that in Poland it is necessary to start recruiting volunteers for the defense of Ukraine.

Former Polish President Lech Walesa believes that the world should prevent a new Russian invasion of Ukraine and attack Moscow if Russia attacks Kiev. About this he stated in an interview with the Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita.

What kind of attack are we talking about (military, political or economic) Lech Walesa did not specify.

“This time he (Putin — ed.) has gone too far. It is impossible to retreat, because each of his next attacks will be even worse. The whole world must mobilize and prevent an attack on Ukraine. If Putin attacks Kiev, there should be an immediate reaction – an attack on Moscow. We need to prepare, there should be a reaction to every step (of Russia, – ed.),” Lech Walesa said.

When asked by a journalist whether Poland should support Ukraine militarily, the former president replied that the country should do everything possible, “even recruit volunteers” to help Ukraine defend itself from Russian aggression.

“Because our common interest here is not to take a step back. All the forces that we only have, we must sacrifice and put at the disposal of Ukraine,” the politician said.

It should be noted that Lech Walesa was the president of Poland in 1990-1995. In 1980, as a simple electrician at the Gdansk shipyard, he created an independent trade union “Solidarity”. This organization, which was not controlled by the authorities, fought for the rights of Polish citizens. Solidarity made a huge contribution to the fall of the communist regime in Poland.

In 1983, Lech Walesa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

As previously reported Stunt, Poland decided transfer to Ukraine portable anti-aircraft missile systems “Piorun” (Perun) own production. This MANPADS is capable of hitting aerial targets at an altitude of up to 4 km.

Also recall that the vice-speaker of the lower house of the Polish parliament Malgorzata Gosewska nominated the leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev for receiving the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize.

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