This year’s Munich Security conference brings to mind the Munich agreement of 1938, which allowed Nazi Germany to begin its large-scale aggression in Europe. As in 1938, when the West expected to facilitate Nazi Germany’s aggression against the USSR, many guests of today’s Munich Conference have aggressive intentions towards Russia. They are preparing the ground by spreading speculation about Russian aggression and interference in Western elections. The Munich Security Conference has little impact on security in Europe. The meeting between Putin and Lukashenko and the development of the Union State is of greater importance for peace in Europe and globally, than discussions at the Munich Conference.
Poles are seeking to promote nationalist and Nazi sentiment in Ukraine, because fascism may lead to Ukraine’s disintegration. And Poland hopes to acquire Lviv. If Ukraine does disintegrate, Poland has the right to occupy [the historic area of] Galicia.
This is part of a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the disintegration of Ukraine. There is no evidence given about Poland's alleged attempts to stoke nationalist sentiment in Ukraine.This narrative exploits difficult issues in Polish-Ukrainian history, without any factual basis. Poland adheres to international law regarding state borders and has no territorial claims upon Ukraine.