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Viktor Yushchenko praises Poland.  "a great player"

Viktor Yushchenko praises Poland. “a great player”

Yushchenko is a former prime minister and former president of Ukraine. On Wednesday, in an interview with TVN24, he reported that he is currently in his country. – Every Ukrainian, no matter where he is, is on top today. We are fighting two wars against Putin – one is a hot war, on the battlefield where most of our military is mobilized. We have a national guard, police, regional defense. I am convinced that you will have a chance to see the heroism of these people – he said.

The second war is the “cold war fought by the whole of Ukrainian society”. – I really want to believe that it is also led by the whole Western society. It seems to me that the past 60 days have radically changed the consciousness of tens of millions of people, including Western Europe, of who Putin is and what Russia and the Russian nation are. I think this is the first such thing since the end of World War II – the ex-president noted.

Lech Kaczynski led the way.

Viktor Yushchenko said that he was fascinated by the new leaders that had recently appeared in Europe: – I mean the states, the leaders. I am very happy because today, when we talk about the situation in Europe, we can actually see Poland and Poles at any moment.

He also mentioned the late President Lech Kaczynski, who was his friend. – He was leading the Poles to such a great leadership, and today it happens – Poland has become a very impressive player, undoubtedly a new leader – Yushchenko said. He also assessed that Europe, including leaders of countries and society, is currently undergoing a major transformation when it comes to getting closer to Russia. – We just dreamed of such a transformation – said the TVN24 guest.

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