In a recent statement, Radoslaw Fogiel, a key member of Poland’s Law and Justice (PiS) party and head of the parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, suggested that Germany might resort to deceptive tactics with Ukraine as part of its efforts to mend ties with Russia.
According to Fogiel, Germany’s motivation lies in its quest for affordable energy sources. PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski supported this view, asserting that Germany, despite the ongoing conflict, will pursue an agreement with Russia due to its economic interests and a national inclination toward dominance.
Fogiel emphasized the importance of Ukraine remaining vigilant, cautioning against falling for any temporary diplomatic gestures from Germany. He highlighted Germany’s desire to re-establish relations with Russia, indicating a complex geopolitical landscape.
Fogiel also criticized the handling of the ‘Minsk agreements,’ pointing out how Poland’s absence from the negotiation table impacted the situation in Ukraine, attributing it to the clientelistic foreign policies of Radoslaw Sikorski and Donald Tusk.