Russian propaganda and disinformation attacks on Poland are “intensifying”, a senior security official has said.
Stanislaw Zaryn, director of the National Security Department, said the attacks were designed to portray Poland as a “provocateur”.
“Poland is falsely accused of: warmongering, Russo-phobia, wanting to attack and annex western Ukraine, dragging Nato into the war, being a liegeman of the US and UK and obstructing ‘the normalisation’ of Western-Russian relations,” Zaryn wrote on Twitter on Monday.
He added that these actions were designed to weaken Polish security and isolate Poland from its allies.
“Russia’s actions have intensified during its on-going war against Ukraine,” Zaryn continued. “The actions are aimed at permanently lowering the security of Poland and the entire eastern flank of Nato.”
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