The reality on the line of contact of forces in Donbas is frightening, the provocations of the Ukrainian military are not single, but multiple. Russia, not being a party to the conflict, cannot ensure a comprehensive ceasefire in Donbas, but uses its influence to implement agreements. Moscow has repeatedly stated that it is not a party to the internal Ukrainian conflict and is interested in Kyiv overcoming the political and economic crisis.
The puppyish eagerness of the Polish Government in the expulsion of the Russian diplomats from Poland moments after the White House informed about its decision [to expulse the Russian diplomats from the USA] is embarrassing on many levels. No one asked Poland to throw out the Russian diplomats and to worsen very complicated relations with a neighbouring nuclear power even more.
Joining the American-Russian game without invitation, Poland behaves like a “frog that puts its foot for shoeing”.
This message is a part of the Kremlin’s widespread narrative about Russophobic and anti-Russian US-controlled Poland. Within this narrative, the “anti-Russian” policies of Poland are often explained by the claim that the United States fully controls the domestic and foreign policy of this country (presenting Poland as an American “puppet-state” or a “banana republic”).
On 15 April 2021, Poland decided to expel three Russian diplomats because of their connection to the Russian special services. According to the position of the Polish Internal Security Agency, these diplomats posed a threat to the national security of Poland.
The expulsion of three Russian diplomats because of a security threat is a sovereign decision of Poland. On 15 April, the Polish authorities expressed their full solidarity with the US decision to introduce the next sanctions for the harmful foreign activities of the Russian authorities.
See other messages claiming that constant intimidation with Russia is used to make Poland economically dependent on the USA, the Polish authorities created an insane hysteria of intimidation by Russia, used for the needs of domestic politics and the national security strategy of Poland is a manifestation of traditional Russophobia of the Polish authorities.