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Russia mounting anti-Polish propaganda, security official warns

Stanislaw Zaryn, the Director of Poland's National Security Department, wrote that one of the major aims of the campaign was to undermine Poland's ties with the US and Ukraine.
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Russia has recently intensified its anti-Polish propaganda in response to Poland’s support of Russian-invaded Ukraine, a top Polish security official wrote on Twitter on Friday.

Stanislaw Zaryn, the Director of Poland’s National Security Department, wrote that one of the major aims of the campaign was to undermine Poland’s ties with the US and Ukraine.

Listing other examples of how Russian propaganda targeted Poland, Zaryn named claims that Poland pursued an aggressive policy towards Russia and had helped instigate the war, and security warnings connected with Poland’s admission of 2.5 million Ukrainian war refugees.Zaryn wrote that Russian propagandists were also portraying Poland as a “US vassal.” 

He added that Russia was also spreading rumours that the Polish armed forces were weak and could not defend the country if it came under attack.

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 in what soon developed into a full-scale war. Friday marked the 37th day of the conflict.


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