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    Deputy Foreign Minister Claims Foreign Country May Impact Strategic Investments in Poland

    In a recent recording shared on X (formerly known as Twitter), Pawel Jablonski, the deputy foreign minister of Poland, accused Germany of attempting to obstruct crucial strategic investments in the country. According to Jablonski, there are indications that Germany is planning to disrupt projects vital for Poland’s development in the coming weeks.

    The projects at risk include the enhancement of navigation on the River Odra, the expansion of the port in Swinoujscie, the development of the Central Communication Port, and Poland’s nuclear power initiatives. Jablonski asserted that these initiatives would face opposition from so-called “ecologists” and activists, who would allegedly employ environmental protection as a pretext to block the projects. He argued that the real motivation behind the interference was not ecological concerns, but rather economic interests.

    Furthermore, Jablonski made an alarming claim that Germany is determined to bring about a change of government in Poland, hoping to stall or abandon the investments. He contended that Germany wishes to see a new Polish government that will not compete with them on the economic front and will withdraw from the ongoing projects.

    The video in Polish ⤵️


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