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29 July 2022, 19:09

Kedmi: Poland's statements about Russia ‘lie in the realm of medicine not politics'

MINSK, 29 July (BelTA) - Russia should not react to Poland's statements in its regard, military expert and political analyst Yakov Kedmi told the V Teme [On Point] online project on BelTA's YouTube channel.

"No one cares about what Central European politicians think in this regard. Let them spew whatever they want. What difference does it make to Russia what European newspapers write about it? Are they more democratic, balanced, and fair to Russia today? No. So the quantity and quality of nonsense will increase, but this won't affect anything. The question is not what they say, but what they do and what they are capable of," Yakov Kedmi said.

He commented on the recent statements by Polish politicians about Russia. "Poland has been like this for the last 30 years. In Russia, no one should reckon with the nonsense the Nobel Peace Prize laureate from the Gdansk shipyards [former Polish President Lech Walesa] says. Poland has recently said that the Ugric-Asian society, meaning Russia, should cease to exist or convert to Catholicism. Should Russia react to this at all? This is a psychiatric issue. Russia should ignore all this. This is not a political issue, but a medical one," the military expert said.

In his opinion, Russia should not try to “educate" European states. "It must prevent any threat to the state and its people from the north, east, west or south. Education is not part of the functions of the Russian state. Americans say they should educate and re-educate the world. Poles and their ilk say that they must educate and re-educate Russia and Belarus. As long as the threat to the state from their side is impossible, it is not worth reacting to," Yakov Kedmi concluded.

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