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MOSCOW, January 29. /TASS/. Poland should choose whether it follows the way of cooperation, to which Russia is open, or continues living with phobias, official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova told TASS on Friday.
"If an image of enemy is formed in one place very actively and with powerful financing, then people in another place will live in permanent fear," she said commenting on the Polish foreign minister saying Moscow is a key source of fears for Warsaw in the sphere of security. "We realize clearly this story consists of two campaigns. Warsaw here responds to a signal, accepts the passages, which Washington is sending."
"Why would Warsaw need it is not clear at all," the diplomat continued. "They are saying ‘they are not sure,’ but in order to be sure it is only necessary to begin cooperating."
"We are ready to develop economic and political relations with Poland, we are ready to settle most complicated issues related to our history," she said. "This is a fruitful way based on cooperation. Though, there is another way - to live with phobias, to live in uncertainty."
"Poland is to choose here: whether it follows the way of cooperation, to which Russia is open, or continues living some images offered to it," she said.