“The day after tomorrow Russian planes will be in Berlin,” the Polish President spoke about the “insidious plans” of Moscow

Russia still tests the strength of NATO. If you sit idly by, then tomorrow their planes will be over Prague, and the day after tomorrow over Berlin.

This statement was made by Andrzej Duda, Poland’s President, during the celebration of the 20th anniversary of NATO enlargement in Prague, reports RT.

Exactly 20 years ago, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia became members of NATO. The President of Poland stressed that the countries of Eastern Europe face shield on the border with Russia to its “troops invaded in the EU.”

Duda stated that residents of Poland all the more to trust and believe in NATO, especially after the events of 2008 and 2014. Russia won’t stop Georgia and Ukraine and will go no further East, said the President of Poland.

If the EU and NATO will not react to provocations from the Russian side, Moscow has already “the day after tomorrow to be in Berlin.”

Great attention Andrzej Duda paid and cybersecurity. However, he talked about frequent hacker attacks from Russia on the government websites of the EU countries.

At the end of Duda said that the threat that hangs over Europe 40 years ago, “returns”.
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