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Poles mocked Duda, who threatened Russia with nuclear weapons

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Polish President Andrzej Duda. Archive photo

Wydarzenia Readers Mock Duda’s US Nuclear Threats Against Russia

MOSCOW, September 23 – RIA Novosti. Polish newspaper readers wydarzenia He mocked Polish President Andrzej Duda’s attempt to “threat” Russia. Earlier, the politician said that the United States can respond to Russia if tactical nuclear weapons are used in Ukraine.

Commentators found the Polish leader’s attempt to “frighten” Moscow with the weapons of another state absurd.

“From his remarks it appears that he is the one keeping his fingers on the buttons of nuclear missiles in the US. In a word, the Big Duda,” Pole said in the comments.

“Duda has already taken Lloyd Austin’s seat?” someone else made a joke.

The readers turned to the president, “Mr. Duda, but we too will cease to exist in the event of a nuclear war.”

The user replied, “This guy is so disconnected from reality, he just knows how to talk.”

Another commentator said, “Poland means nothing, it’s just an American boxer barking at Russia. Duda is deceiving himself, let’s leave the nuclear weapons issue to the countries with nuclear weapons.”

In a recent speech to citizens, President Vladimir Putin said that the West is crossing every border in anti-Russian rhetoric and that Russia is under constant threat. The President stressed that nuclear blackmail is being used by the West. Putin reminded the United States and NATO allies that Russia is in some ways superior to foreign military equipment, and warned that those who try to threaten our country with nuclear weapons “could turn the windmill in their own direction”.

Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov spoke of the “very significant” risks of nuclear war, but at the same time stressed that Moscow’s principled stance is not to use such weapons.

Source: Ria

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