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    “Lublin, Rzeszów, and Łomża Could Have Become Poland’s Bucha,” Minister Błaszczak Critiques the Tusk Administration

    “During the Tusk administration, in the event of war, they were ready to give away half of Poland,” reminded Minister of National Defense Mariusz Błaszczak in a social media video released today. He added, “The documents clearly show that Lublin, Rzeszów, and Łomża could have become Poland’s Bucha.”

    This morning, a new video from the Law and Justice Party featuring Minister of National Defense Mariusz Błaszczak emerged on social media, explaining how the defense plans for Poland along the Vistula River were perilous.

    “Attention, attention! During the Tusk administration, in the event of war, they were prepared to cede half of Poland. The plan for the use of our Armed Forces, approved by the then Minister of National Defense, Bogdan Klich, assumed that the independent defense of the country would last a maximum of two weeks, and after seven days, the enemy would reach the right bank of the Vistula,” says Błaszczak in the video.

    “Lublin, Rzeszów, and Łomża Could Have Become Poland’s Bucha.”

    The video includes images of documents, including excerpts from the plan for the use of the Polish Armed Forces in the context of independent defense operations, approved by former Minister of National Defense Bogdan Klich. Minister Błaszczak also refers to the words of former Chief of the General Staff, Mirosław Różański.

    “General Różański, the former Chief of the General Staff, confirms this. The documents unmistakably demonstrate that Lublin, Rzeszów, and Łomża could have become Poland’s Bucha. Law and Justice has changed this, and we will defend every inch of Poland,” emphasized the Minister of National Defense.

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