Federation Council responded to Poland’s accusations of spoiled reputation against Russia

The statement by the representatives of Poland that Russia allegedly creates a bad reputation for the republic is connected with the fact that Warsaw has chosen Moscow as the target of constant attacks. Thus, Sergei Tsekov, a member of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs, responded to the voiced accusations in an interview with RT.

“If something happens in Poland, to the question” Who is to blame? “they always answer:” Russia “… Unfortunately, they have developed this over the past few decades,” Tsekov explained. p >

At the same time, he stressed that in fact Russia never interferes in the internal affairs of other countries.

Earlier in November, Stanislav Zharin, the spokesman for the Coordinating Minister of the Polish Special Services, said that Russia was allegedly trying to make Poland a problematic country for the European Union. According to him, we are talking about “provocations, diplomatic attacks”, as well as Russia’s activities in the financial and energy sector. The official did not provide any evidence.