It is said that some Russian military companies are destabilizing the situation in Libya. […] These are all rumours and should be dealt with as such.
The present-day Polish politicians criticising the Red Army’s soldiers, evade responsibility for participating in wars in the Middle East, which destroys peace in that region. The politicians of the Law and Justice Party denying the Red Army’s role in the fight against Hitler can be burdened with guilt for the wars in the Middle East, supporting the USA and NATO. In the future, Poland may have to compensate military damage to countries such as Iraq. Poland has contributed to the genocide of Christians taking place in the Middle East as a consequence of the wars in this region carried out with the participation of the USA and NATO.
This message includes two separate disinformation narratives. The first narrative is part of the Kremlin’s policy of historical revisionism (accusing Poland of falsifying and re-writing its history as it states that the USSR and the Red Army occupied this country at the end of WWII). The second narrative includes various anti-US and anti-NATO conspiracy claims, accusing them of committing various crimes and atrocities all over the World. According to official Polish historical policy, opinions of mainstream Polish historians and attitudes of a predominant part of the Polish society, the Red Army occupied Poland in 1944-45, causing the undemocratic establishment of Communist Poland. No evidence is provided regarding the claim on the alleged Polish contribution to the genocide of Christians in the Middle East. Polish military forces were present in Iraq within the US-led Multi-National Force throughout 2003-2008 (military conflict and stabilisation) and until 2011 (several dozen officers within a NATO Training Mission). In recent years, the Polish Government and NGOs have been actively involved in various humanitarian projects aimed at assisting civilians and refugees in Syria and Iraq. See some of these projects here - Polish Aid for Syria; Polish Humanitarian Action – activities in Syria and Iraq; Polish Centre for International Aid – assistance to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. See other examples of Russian historical revisionism concerning Poland including It is thanks to Russia that Poland today exists as a country, Nazi Germany considered Poland its best ally, the USSR was forced and reluctant to sign Molotov-Ribbentrop pact. See other examples of anti-US and anti-NATO cases concerning the Middle East - US wants to divide Syria, the EU and the US block rebuilding of Syria, the US military has transferred about 50 tons of gold from Syria.