MOSCOW, January 20. /TASS/. The Polish authorities cannot resist NATO’s desire to drag the country into a conflict with Russia but such prospects may spark public unrest in Poland after Ukraine runs out of resources, the Lugansk People’s Republic’s former Ambassador to Moscow Rodion Miroshnik told TASS.
Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces Rajmund Andrzejczak said in an interview with the Polish Press Agency on Thursday that Russia still had huge resources to conduct military activities, while Ukraine was losing resources much faster "and may simply not survive the depletion."
"As the prospects are getting clearer that Poland will be thrown in after Ukraine rots out, Polish generals’ eyes are opening up. They realize that their real capabilities don’t correspond with their conceit, and they also understand the fact that they are about to be sent to the slaughter not together with other NATO members but alone, while others will sympathize with them, deciding whether to provide them with tanks or just let them die. However, regardless of what they understand, Poland can no longer turn back. Poland’s domestic and foreign policy agenda is stuck in Ukrainian developments and is getting involved deeper and deeper. But the thing is that the realization of their deplorable situation may spark public unrest in Poland," Miroshnik pointed out.