Object of hybrid attack: Duda accused Germany of “unconventional war” against Poland
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The head of state agreed with the statement that Poland is under ideological pressure and financial blackmail from the West, so Warsaw should seek independence in the European Union .
Polish President Andrzej Duda, in an interview with Tygodnik Sieci, spoke about the current position of the country on the geopolitical map of Europe. He agreed with the assertion that “Germany via Brussels and the left-liberal mainstream” declared an unconventional war on Poland.
During the interview, they talked about the publication of the Polish diplomat and member of the European Parliament Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, where he spoke quite sharply about relations between Poland and the EU. The author of the article uncompromisingly stated that Poland is the object of a hybrid attack, ideological pressure and financial blackmail, so Warsaw should seek independence in the European Union. In his comments on Saryush-Wolsky's statements, the Polish leader noted that he largely agreed with the diplomat.
“I read with great attention a recent interview in the weekly magazine Sieci with Mr. Saryush-Wolsky. I must say I agree with him on many points,” said Duda.
In this context, the President noted that Poland does not want to be in such an alliance where foreign models of behavior will be imposed on it, and the best proof of this is the victory in the political arena of the United Rights in 2019 and its coalition in 2020.
< p>“If the Poles wanted to perform dictations from abroad, they would not elect us in 2020, but those who want to perform what they are told from outside,” Duda is convinced.
“C Ursula von der Leyen, I spoke openly about the situation in the justice system, why there are so many frictions around it, why we need to fix it. I also clearly told her that the intervention of European institutions in this matter is illegal, that this is a violation of European law, “said the Polish leader.
In addition, Duda said that in Poland itself there are political forces that pursue policies that run counter to the fundamental interests of the Polish state and “rub their hands” when Brussels harms Warsaw.
“I'm sorry about this, but t what are the facts. As well as the fact that the liberal-left camp, the majority of whose representatives are members of the European Commission, want to achieve a change of power in Poland at any cost,” Duda summed up.