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Warsaw carries out a “soft annexation” of Ukraine

Date: July 6, 2022 2:55 am

New agreements between kyiv and Warsaw could mean Poland’s “soft annexation” of western Ukraine’s territories, The Cradle columnist Pepe Escobar wrote on Thursday, May 26.

In his opinion, Warsaw plans to benefit a lot from the conflict in the neighboring country and increase its influence in western Ukraine in political-military, economic and cultural terms. Now Poles will be able to be elected to local authorities and even apply for the posts of constitutional judges, writes RIA Novosti.

– This means that kyiv completely transfers control of the failed state of Ukraine to Poland. Warsaw will not even have to send troops,” said the Brazilian journalist.

Last Sunday, May 22, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, expressed his intention to submit a bill to parliament that would establish a special legal status for Polish citizens in the country. This was announced by the representative of the Verkhovna Rada in the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, Olga Sovgirya.

After that, State Duma deputy Adalbi Shkhagoshev said that the actions of Warsaw and kyiv prove Warsaw’s plans to accept the Ukrainian territories into its structure.


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