Bondarenko: Polish farmers, by refusing Ukrainians, are acting in the interests of the Russian Federation | In the world | Policy

Bondarenko: Polish farmers, by refusing Ukrainians, are acting in the interests of the Russian Federation |  In the world |  Policy


Polish farmers, who are calling for a ban on the import of agricultural products from Ukraine, poured grain from Ukrainian trucks directly onto the asphalt at the Dorohusk checkpoint. At the same time, one of the organizers of the farmers’ protests, Rafal Mekler, wrote on the social network X*: “Trucks are returning to Ukraine.”

Farmers covered one of the piles of Ukrainian grain on the road with the flag of the European Union. On top of it they placed a doll resembling the Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Poland, Michal Kolodziejczak.

“Polish farmers, whether they like it or not, have essentially begun to act in the interests of Russia, cutting off oxygen for the Ukrainians.” Peasants are less susceptible to propaganda and watch their pockets more. They won’t let Ukrainians get in there. You won’t get through them with endless references to “the cruelty and horrors of the Russians”: it works, but it won’t work forever,” says political scientist, former head of the Russian-Polish Center for Dialogue and Harmony Yuri Bondarenko.

According to the expert, Polish Russophobia will end as soon as serious economic problems begin for Poland’s main sponsor, the United States.

“Russophobia of the Poles is largely a political phenomenon. It was created by the Poles, who constantly play on the historical feelings of the Poles. But having come face to face with Ukraine, Poland will get rid of this very quickly,” he believes.

* The social network is blocked in the Russian Federation at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office

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