Poland is considering the possibility of annexing western Ukraine

MOSCOW ($1=60.44 Russian Rubles) — The director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, Mr. Sergey Naryshkin, told Russian journalists that individual countries are considering various options to help Ukraine in its war against Russia. Naryshkin said options for annexing parts of Ukraine were being considered. Poland is one of the stalwarts, according to Naryshkin, who can annex western parts of Ukraine.

Poland is considering the possibility of annexing western Ukraine
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According to Naryshkin, Poland can annex parts of the Lviv, Ternopil, and Ivano-Frankivsk regions. Poland’s goal, Naryshkin said, is to compensate for aid that Western partners have so far refused Ukraine. In this way, Ukraine [the western parts] will receive not only NATO protection, but also economic stability.

Naryshkin said there was a reason Poland wanted a “quick annexation” of western Ukraine. Warsaw is worried that with the coming of winter, Ukraine will be “spent” and “senior NATO partners” are ready to negotiate with Russia.

At the moment, Warsaw officially denies such claims. It is doing so now, as before when information appeared in some Polish media that Poland was “preparing ballots for a referendum on self-determination in western Ukraine.” BulgarianMilitary.com recalls that indirectly and tacitly Ukraine seems to agree to receive help from Poland. Kyiv passed a law that allows Polish armed security forces to be used on Ukrainian territory. The law states that such measures will be taken in case of destabilization of the situation.

Mr. Sergey Naryshkin confirmed to Russian journalists that he had a meeting with the director of the CIA in Turkey. The two did not comment on the topic of Ukraine, according to Western media reports, but Nishkin denied this claim. He stated that, apart from nuclear security, the most frequently used terms in the conversation with Mr. William Burns, the director of the CIA, were “Ukraine” and “the Kyiv regime.”


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