Rogozin attacked Poland after Duda’s speech. “She has always been an enemy, Polish hydra”

The former deputy prime minister and head of Roscosmos struck Poland again. This time on Telegram, Dmitry Rogozin referred to an excerpt from President Andrzej Duda’s speech on the occasion of the May Third Constitution Day, in which he announced closer cooperation with Ukraine. For Rogozin, this is evidence of “the hydra’s head growing back.”

On the occasion of the holiday, President Andrzej Duda at Castle Square in Warsaw referred to the situation in Ukraine and emphasized the dedication of Poles who had taken Ukrainian refugees under their roof. Rogozin on Telegram posted an excerpt – 45 seconds – of this speech.

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– I strongly believe that we can make it. That, just as we were able to welcome our neighbors, we would be able to protect them so that – when the war is over – they can return to their homes, and we will help them in the work of rebuilding Ukraine: free, sovereign and independent.

Ukraine, which – I hope – will be for decades, and God forbid and for centuries, a fraternal state for the Republic of Poland, between which and us, Poland – as I hope President Volodymyr Zelensky said prophetically – will have no border; that there will be no such border; that we will live together on this earth, rebuilding ourselves and building our common happiness and common strength that will allow us to resist every danger, and which everyone will be afraid to attack in the future and will be afraid to threaten it – said Duda during the celebration of the Constitution Day .

These words irritated Rogozin. – Poland is true to itself. She has always been the most consistent enemy of the Russian world and Russia. Except for those periods in her history when she was beaten and deprived of statehood by her neighbors for constant provocations and aggression, Putin’s henchman thundered on Telegram.

The director of Roscosmos stated that it was thanks to the British that Poland was trying to disrupt Russia’s plans, although he did not specify what he meant. – However, thanks to British puppeteers of Polish Hydra, her head grew back. Now it has grown back. History repeats itself – summed up Rogozin.

Rogozin’s absurd Telegram entry:

The former deputy prime minister of the Russian government is a figure who has already attacked, inter alia, Jarosław Kaczyński on Twitter. In March, after the visit of the Polish delegation to Kiev, Rogozin provoked the PiS leader: – Come to Smolensk, we will talk – he wrote. It was an allusion that some commentators and politicians of the United Right took as an admission to the attack in Smolensk. After a few hours, Rogozin deleted his entry.


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