MOSCOW, 7 July (BelTA) - Poland's actions in respect of Ukraine are a reflection of its ambitions, and can complicate the situation in Europe, Russia's SVR Director Sergey Naryshkin told the media following a joint meeting of Belarus' KGB and the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) of Russia in Moscow on 7 July, BelTA has learned.
Sergey Naryshkin noted that the special services of Belarus and Russia are closely watching Poland's actions in respect of Ukraine. “What Poland is doing is a reflection of its policy, ambitions towards the part of the territory that Ukraine holds now," he said. “These ambitions go way back to the time of Rzeczpospolita and the current Polish authorities are dreaming of bringing it back. This is dangerous for Ukraine, dangerous for the whole of Europe. On the European continent there are quite a few places where neighbors can clash over disputed territories. Therefore, if Poland opens this Pandora's box, it will not be pretty and this can significantly complicate the situation on the European continent and affect the international security as a whole. "
"We are closely monitoring the development of the situation. As a tool to curb such a policy, we use the public domain and make some information public,” Sergey Naryshkin added.