That is not the first time when Kremlin is uttering false accusations against Poland to destabilize its position not only on the Polish-Belarusian border but also in Europe. Stanisław Żaryn, in his tweets, referred to the situation presenting the Kremlin’s narrative supported by the Russian politicians
“Pushkov's efforts are an example of actions carried out by Russian propaganda against the relations between Poland and Ukraine. Pushkov's theses, quoted by the Russian media, are intended to create a sense of distrust and hostility between Kyiv and Warsaw,” the Spokesperson of the Minister-Special Services Coordinator tweeted. At the same time, he has revealed that Russia intends to extinguish Polish-Ukrainian relations.
The Spokesperson has also mentioned that Russia aims to cease “pro-Western changes in Ukraine”. According to him, Russia can’t stand the possibility of Ukraine being annexed to NATO. This might indicate that Russia is losing its influence on Ukraine and can’t get over it.
“Actions taken by the Kremlin in recent months indicate that it has strengthened its influence on Ukraine. Russia hopes to stop pro-Western changes in Ukraine and drag Ukraine into the Russian sphere of influence,” he added.
Senator Alexei Pushkov, involved in the activities of Russian disinformation, tries to destabilize relations between Poland and Ukraine.— Stanisław Żaryn (@StZaryn) January 8, 2022
He argues that Ukraine's presence in NATO will be detrimental to Poland.
A typical example of Russian information warfare efforts. 1/5 pic.twitter.com/nr12rAfcLL
Source: Poland Daily24, Twitter