Russian prankers called Duda, trying to drive wedge between Ukraine, Poland, - Foreign Ministry

Source : 112 Ukraine

The call to Polish President was an act of information war waged by Russia
16:36, 16 July 2020

Russian prankers called Polish president Andrzej Duda, trying to drive a wedge between Poland and Ukraine. Jacez Czaputowicz, the Polish Minister for Foreign Affairs said this as quoted by Оnet.

"By Czaputowicz's estimate, the conversation between comics and President Duda was "Russia's misinformation act", which aimed at division between Poland and Ukraine", reads the message. 

The diplomat claimed that questions they asked Duda were a decent confirmation of these intentions; however, Czaputowicz said, Duda's answers were right, and it kept Poland from any inconveniences or misunderstandings with any country.

Related: Duda narrowly wins presidential election in Poland, - exit polls

On July 15, Russian prankers called the recently re-elected Polish leader Andrzej Duda. They posed themselves as UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Later, Duda left a message on his Twitter account, saying he realized "something was wrong".

Duda was elected for his second presidential term, beating his opponent Rafal Trzaskowski in the second round of the elections that took place earlier this month. It was a narrow victory for Duda. According to Polish Central Election Committee, he scored 51.21 percent, Trzaskowski 48.79 percent.

Related: Duda re-elected as Polish president, - Central Election Committee

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