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Polish President urges EU countries not to ignore threats from Russia

According to Duda, EU countries should support all initiatives aimed at strengthening the security of the eastern flank of NATO and the EU
13:02, 13 October 2019

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Polish President Andrzej Duda has called on the European Union countries not to ignore threats from the Russian Federation and to put pressure on it, Polish Radio reports.

"Regardless of how we evaluate NATO's activities in the Central and Eastern European regions, we must solidarity put pressure on the Russian Federation," Duda said during a speech at the Arrayolush Group leaders' meeting in Athens.

"Many countries that are in the immediate reach of Russian ballistic missiles can say how dangerous Russia is," the head of state emphasized.

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President of Poland also called on NATO to strengthen its presence in the Black Sea region.

The Arrayolush Group meeting was first held in 2003 and includes countries such as Austria, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Hungary, and Italy.

As we reported earlier, at a memory ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the World War II outbreak in Warsaw, Polish President Andrzej Duda announced the need to decisively confront new military provocations and prevent new military aggression.

Duda mentioned military aggression that occurred in 2008 in Georgia and in 2014 in Ukraine as examples of inadmissibility of violation of state borders.

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