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“Sikorski’s remarks testify to his political realism. And the use of strong words with regard to the United States is perhaps a sort of Poland’s reply to offensive and rude statements made by [US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria] Nuland about the European Union,” the ministry said.
Excerpts from Sikorski’s remarks published by mass media on June 22 describe relations between Poland and the United States as useless and even harmful as they give Poles a false feeling of security and lead to conflicts with Germany, France and Russia.