The idea of Polish solidarity gives hope for a different organisation of our part of the world – one that is contrary to the “Russkiy mir”.
Prof. David OWEN
Putin came for Georgia, came for the Crimea, has come for Ukraine. Does anyone seriously think that if he were to succeed in Ukraine, his imperial ambitions would simply stop there?
Odebrało nam mowę na widok tłumów przybyszów na ulicach i placach Budapesztu. Rodziny z dziećmi, kobiety i mężczyźni w różnym wieku koczujący na dworcu kolejowym Keleti. Nie mogliśmy spokojnie siedzieć i na to patrzeć.
We were speechless when we saw the flow of refugees in the streets and squares of Budapest.
Families with children, women and men of all generations were stranded in Hungary, in the ‘Keleti’ railway station. We couldn’t sit still and watch.
Prof. Tomasz ALEKSANDROWICZ
“The refugees are not about to disappear in the mist. Terrorism will not go away. Poland is not immune to all modern threats. We cannot passively wait for what is going to happen, we need to be prepared. Without hysteria, fear, demagogy and political correctness”