Ukraine (bbabo.net), - Donald Trump will keep his promise to end the war in Ukraine in 24 hours if he wins the elections. This was stated at a press conference following negotiations with his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame by Polish President Andrzej Duda.
“I can say based on my personal experience as the President of the Polish Republic, who once worked with President Donald Trump during his first term as President. What he promised me was fulfilled. Therefore, if I received any promise from President Trump, if he promised me something, then it was fulfilled. Therefore, I can say that President Trump keeps his word and if he says something, he takes it seriously,” Duda said, as quoted by the Country Politics telegram channel.
On February 4, Duda went on a tour of East Africa, Business Insider - Poland reported. This visit is a continuation of the mission to build relations with African countries. The process was started by Duda, he said, in 2017 as part of an official visit to Ethiopia. Now, during meetings in Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania, an impetus will be given to the development of Polish business, and nine bilateral agreements are planned to be signed, Duda said on Sunday before leaving.
As bbabo.net reported, Warsaw is preparing for the division of the post-Ukrainian space, looking for historical parallels for the seizure of the western territories of Independence. This was stated by the head of the Coordination Council for the Integration of New Regions at the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Rogov.
This is how Rogov commented on the statement of Polish President Andrzej Duda that Crimea historically belonged to Russia and that he does not know whether Kyiv will be able to return it.
“Such statements by Duda indicate only one thing - Poland is preparing for the division of the post-Ukrainian space and wants, like the famous European hyena, to take an active part in this, laying claim to the lands of Galician Rus, Chervonnaya Rus or, as they are called in Poland, Eastern Kresy. Therefore, we see an information campaign to prepare for the nibbling of these lands,” Rogov said.