Lech Wałęsa's words reached the Kremlin. The spokesman for Vladimir Putin took the floor


The echoes of Lech Wałęsa's interview with the French station continue.

 Lech Wałęsa's words reached the Kremlin. Vladimir Putin's spokesman spoke on the matter

As the portal” Wirtualna Polska “reminds us, Lech Wałęsa gave an interview to the French media. In the aforementioned conversation, the former president appealed to the countries of the West to become more involved in the change of power in the Kremlin. The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, spoke to the words of the legend of “Solidarity”.

Lech Wałęsa was interviewed

In an interview with the French LCI station, Lech Wałęsa said that even Ukraine's victory in the ongoing war would not mean cooling down the imperialist drive in Russia. “In five years we will have the same, in ten years there will be another Putin.” According to the former president, radical action is necessary.

Lech Wałęsa stated that the best solution would be to force a change in the political system in the Russian Federation. Another solution would be “the rise of a nation in Russia”. The former president added that in Russia there should be no more than 50 million people.

 Lech Wałęsa's words reached the Kremlin. Vladimir Putin's spokesman spoke on the matter

The Kremlin comments on the words of Lech Wałęsa

Lech Wałęsa's words also reached Russia. Dmitry Peskov decided to refer to the interview given by the former president. A Kremlin spokesman said the statements made by the former Polish president did not affect Russia's sovereignty.

Pieskow was not the only representative of the regime who decided to refer to the theses put forward by Lech Wałęs. Maria Zakharova, acting as the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, cited the former president to Andrei Chikatilo, who was a Ukrainian nationalist who committed numerous crimes.

 Lech Walesa's words reached the Kremlin. Vladimir Putin's spokesman took the matter up.

Leonid Slutsky, in turn, said that Polish politicians should finally give up on uttering similar” nonsense “. Oleg Morozov, a deputy of the Russian Duma, stated that Walesa, instead of dealing with the integrity of Russia, should deal with Poland, which similar statements strongly harm and threaten.

What do you think about Lech Walesa's words and Russia's reaction?


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