Poland will go to war if Ukraine loses to Russia – ambassador

He stated that in this case, Poland would have no choice.

Poland has been supporting Ukraine since the first days of the war / photo ua.depositphotos.com

If Ukraine loses the war with the Russian Federation, Poland will be forced into conflict.

This was stated by the Ambassador of Poland to France Jan Emerik Roshishevsky on the air of the TV channel LCI, commenting on the decision to transfer fighter jets to Ukraine. According to him, Warsaw will have no choice.

“Therefore, either Ukraine today will defend its independence, or, if it does not, we will be forced to get involved in this conflict, because our values, which are the basis of our civilization, are under threat, so we will have no choice,” Roshishevsky said.

Well-known Russian political scientist Anatoly Nesmiyan explained that this is a direct threat to the Kremlin. In addition, Poland itself will determine what exactly is considered a defeat, since this is a rather vague wording.

“In general, Poland will independently determine when exactly Ukraine will be defeated, and will independently be ready to engage in hostilities separately from NATO. NATO, by the way, in this case will not apply the provisions of its charter on the protection of a member of the organization, since the Poles will clearly act not on its territory, and therefore, there is no direct threat to Poland itself. But if it does, then the situation will be different,” he said.

According to the political scientist, this is a rather strong threat, since in this case Kaliningrad will be in a very vulnerable state.

“Our great strategist (Putin – UNIAN) has already managed to almost accept Finland into NATO, which makes the possibility of the Baltic Fleet going to the rescue of Kaliningrad very problematic. Therefore, the introduction of the Polish armed forces into the territory of Ukraine will be supported by two threats – in the event of an attempt to threaten Poland directly, it will has the possibility of an asymmetric response to Kaliningrad, and in the event of at least one strike on the territory of Poland, all of NATO will be forced to catch up with the events,” Nesmiyan summed up.

War in Ukraine: the role of Poland

Poland has been strongly supporting Ukraine since the beginning of the war. This country, in particular, was one of the first to agree to transfer tanks to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and then combat aircraft.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on March 9, Slovak Defense Minister Yaroslav Nagy said that Slovakia and Poland could transfer their MiG-29 fighters to Ukraine under a joint procedure.

It is worth adding that Poland has launched the largest campaign in the last 50 years to rearm its army, seeking to make it the strongest on the European continent.

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