When asked about the LCI, the Polish prime minister expressed the hope that “other nations will free themselves from the Russian Federation”, where they are, according to him, “imprisoned”.
“Chechnya could take its independence”. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki did not mince his words in an interview broadcast on LCI this Friday, 27 January. When asked by Darius Rochebein, the prime minister hopes “Other countries are freeing themselves from the Russian Federation” where according to them they are, “In Jail”.
“There are parts of Russia that are prisons for other countries, Mateusz Morawiec says. For example these parts of Russia can be liberated, like Chechnya. They could have taken their liberty. They have fought for their freedom for centuries and have been fighting with great motivation for the last few decades. I believe this country deserves its freedom.”
Chechnya experienced two wars with Russia from 1994 to 1996 and from 1999 to 2009. After this second conflict, Russian federal control was restored. The country is now led by Ramzan Kadyrov, an ardent supporter of Vladimir Putin.
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Polish Prime Minister also said that he wanted “To Our Russian Neighbors”The “A normal country, better in terms of normal development and normal relations. This is what all countries want with Russia. Unfortunately, this is not what was expected of them in recent decades, in recent centuries.
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