"We know perfectly well who the aggressor is here": Duda compares Russia to a wild animal that needs to be shot
Polish President Andrzej Duda compared Russia to a wild animal that needs to be shot. He stressed that Russia should not be allowed to win the war against Ukraine because it will continue to advance.
He said this in an interview with Ukrainian journalists. Duda warned against any territorial concessions to the terrorist country.
"Russia cannot be allowed to win, because it will continue to advance. This will support its imperialism. It is like a wild animal that will eat a human. If a wild animal eats a human, it is usually said that it should be hunted down and shot, because it is used to eating human meat. It is the same with Russia," he explained.
The President of Poland stressed that as soon as the Kremlin comes to its senses, it will attack the rest of Ukraine, and then Poland, the Baltic States, and the countries of the former Soviet Union's sphere of influence.
"Perhaps the West does not understand this, but we know it perfectly well. This is a prerequisite for a successful and just end to this war," he said.
Duda added that the war should end with the restoration of the rule of international law.
"International law will be restored when Russia is pushed out of all the occupied lands of Ukraine. That is, when Ukraine regains full control over internationally recognised Ukrainian territories," he explained.
The Polish leader also noted that Russia should pay compensation to Ukraine.
"There is no doubt about it. Fortunately, no one serious in the international arena doubts that this compensation should be paid by Russia. The sooner this money received from Russia, for example, through the use of frozen Russian capital in the world, is used to rebuild Ukraine, to rebuild all the infrastructure that was destroyed, and to compensate those who suffered losses, the sooner justice will be restored and the sooner we will return to normal peace," he concluded.
As a reminder, Polish leader Andrzej Duda said that at the next NATO summit in Vilnius, which will take place in June 2023, he intends to receive a security guarantee for Ukraine. This is directly in Warsaw's interests, as Poland has become our country's largest economic partner.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Duda said that his country would gradually transfer its MiG-29 aircraft to the Ukrainian army. This will happen as Warsaw becomes equipped with FA-50 and later F-35 fighters.