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Maciej Świrski, Chairman of the National Broadcasting Council of Poland, highlights Russia’s objectives in using disinformation to divide society, foster antipathy among Poles towards their own country, and weaken Poland’s NATO position.
Maciej Świrski, Chairman of the National Broadcasting Council of Poland (KRRiT), has asserted that Russia’s proficient use of disinformation serves three key objectives: dividing Polish society, instilling resentment among Poles towards their homeland to the extent that they submit to Russian dominance, and undermining Poland by alienating it within NATO.
President Świrski added that the event demonstrates that countries in the Central and Eastern European region face similar challenges from Russian disinformation. The Warsaw Summit Against Disinformation serves as a platform for collectively addressing these issues.
The Warsaw Summit Against Disinformation takes place on October 4-5, 2023, at the Royal Castle in Warsaw.