Morawiecki: Russia is no longer an ‘authoritarian’ state, but an ‘authoritarian’

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Polish Prime Minister Matthew Morawiecki today assessed Russia as an “authoritarian state” and called for tougher sanctions against Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine.

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“Western sanctions” are unprecedented, they go too far, but they are not enough, “Morawiecki told a news conference in Warsaw, citing the reopening of the Moscow Stock Exchange today, the strengthening of the ruble and the repayment of loans. government bonds of Russia.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin “has been preparing Russia for difficult times for a few months” and “the great machine of Russian propaganda has pointed out to me that Russia is no longer an authoritarian state, but an authoritarian state like the Soviet Union of the decade. 1980 “.

“We are living in a momentous moment,” Morawiecki said.

“If Putin breaks Ukraine, if he breaks us, our will to fight, the economic battle, he will move on in a year or two to other goals. He will move on to Helsinki, Vilnius, Warsaw, Bucharest, “Maybe for Berlin. Let them think well of Germany,” said the Polish prime minister.

He said he intended to “intervene strongly” at the Brussels European Council, “both on the issue of sanctions and on other actions against Russia and Ukraine”.

Source: AMPE

Source: Capital

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