Aleksander Kwasniewski says the fact that World War III is discussed as a possible outcome is scary
The world is in chaos and achievable “critical mass” at any time, former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski warned, citing the chaos created by the Ukraine crisis.
The conflict has put an end to the old world order, the former head of state said in a television interview on Thursday.
“In short, we are in dangerously tumultuous times,” he concluded. “If we cause further instability, for example on the Serbian border, the critical mass can easily be exceeded.”
He believes that the possibility of a new world war currently being discussed is very scary.
Kwasniewski began his political career in Soviet times as a Polish youth organizer, and after the fall of the communist regime, he was elected to lead the country for two terms from 1995. until 2005.
He blamed Russia for the crisis in Ukraine and praised US President Joe Biden for leading Western nations against Moscow. Former politician claims that Russia Turns out not too strong. Your turn, Poland “doing what it can do” to help Ukraine and the effort is being appreciated, he said. Kwasniewski cited a letter he received from former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma as evidence, in which he referred to the Poles as “true friends of Ukraine.”
The Polish government is one of Kiev’s strongest supporters and has been wordless in accusing Russia of numerous wrongdoings. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has stated that Russia is like Nazi Germany and must be defeated militarily. Warsaw has also offered to place US nuclear weapons on its territory, but Washington has said it has no plans to do so.
Moscow sent troops into Ukraine in late February, citing what it calls NATO’s growing expansion into the country as one of the main reasons. Russia has accused Western nations of sabotaging peace talks with Kiev. The US and its allies want to hurt Russia as much as possible and are using the Ukrainians as “cannon fodder” Russian President Putin announced.
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