The Kremlin has warned on Friday afternoon that “friction” between Ukraine and Europe is “inevitable” as tensions reach an all-time high.
The Kremlin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that it is unavoidable tensions between Kyiv and Western allies would grow.
Peskov then made comment over Poland and Ukraine have engaged in a war of words over grain exports which has led to Warsaw pulling out of supplying any further weapons to Kyiv but will honour the current arms contract.
Peskov told reporters on Friday, “There are certain frictions between Warsaw and Kyiv. We predict that these frictions between Warsaw and Kyiv will increase.
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“Friction between Kyiv and other European capitals will also grow over time. This is inevitable.
“We are, of course, watching this closely.”
Peskov added that Kyiv and Warsaw are “the main” centres of Russophobia and said that Poland are a “rather aggressive” country and accused Warsaw of “subversive activities.”
An expert has said that the “Poles really hate the Russians” and that they are “gagging for a fight” with Moscow.
The Kremlin’s spokesman then said that Russia is “on alert” over any “potential threats that may come from Poland.”
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Vladimir Putin of being Europe’s “second Hitler” and warned over the possibilities of World War Three.
President Zelensky told CBS news, “Russian society has lost respect for the world, it elected and re-elected him and raised a second Hitler. It did it.
“We cannot go back to the past. But we can stop it here. If the Russians reach Poland, what will happen next? World War Three?
Nicholas Drummond, a former British Army officer who is now a defense industry analyst and consultant, who specialises in land warfare, told the Express US that any aggression from Poland will start another world war.
He told the outlet, “Firstly, if Russia decides to launch an attack through Belarus via the Wagner Group into Poland.
“The Poles really hate the Russians and are gagging for a fight. We now have to be extremely careful that they don’t trigger World War III.”