Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of the ruling party, accused France and Germany of being too close to Russia in an interview on Sunday. Defender.
Reuters published a summary of this interview with the German daily Die Welt.
“Like France, Germany is strongly pro-Moscow,” said Jaroslav Kaczynski, leader of the Law and Justice Party (PiS).
“For years, (Russian President Vladimir) German government has been reluctant to look at what Russia is doing under Putin, and today we see the end of it,” Kaczynski said.
“Poland is not happy with Germany’s role in Europe,” he added.
He accused Berlin of trying to rebuild what German dictator Otto von Bismarck had “done” German domination, but with Russia.
The Polish deputy prime minister condemned Berlin for not supplying enough weapons, especially to Ukraine, and refused to ban oil imports from Russia.
“It is important to know that Russia earns four to five times more revenue from oil sales than from gas sales,” Kaczynski said.
“We cannot continue to support a major power like Russia by giving billions,” he added.
Prior to Russia’s invasion of Russia on February 24, Germany imported 55% of Russia’s natural gas, half of its coal and 35% of its oil.
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