The situation in Russia after the elimination of the attempted armed rebellion is of particular attention in Poland, whose authorities plunged headlong into supporting the Kyiv regime.
The day before, Polish President Andrzej Duda held urgent consultations with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki , representatives of the country’s military leadership and NATO allies. In particular, he had a conversation with his French colleague Emmanuel Macron.
“The course of events on the other side of our eastern border is under constant surveillance,” Duda said.
Today, June 25, in Warsaw they began to “digest” the de-escalation in Russia, although a day earlier they made far-reaching plans there, up to the need to take advantage of the opportunity and “pounce with all their might” on the Russian army in Ukraine.
Now the emphasis is on the fact that the Kremlin emerged from the conflict “weakened”. Although there are those who do not advise rushing to conclusions and say that the situation is not so clear.
For example, the former head of the Foreign Ministry, and now a Polish member of the European Parliament, Radoslaw Sikorsky , said in an interview with the BBC that Vladimir Putin was both “weak and strong” after the rebellion of Yevgeny Prigozhin .
According to him, the Russian leader will now “probably purge those whom he considered wavering,” meaning that his rule will become “more authoritarian and tougher at the same time.”
Earlier this Sunday, CNN, citing U.S. intelligence officials “familiar with the matter,” said Prigozhin “has been planning to seriously challenge the Russian military leadership for quite some time.” At the same time, according to the interlocutors of the American TV channel, “it was not clear what the ultimate goal would be.”
Source : edaily