Russia will respond asymmetrically Poland

Russia will respond asymmetrically Poland

In Moscow are working on possible measures against Warsaw for the demolition of Soviet memorials.

The adoption by Poland of the law on decommunization, which provides for the dismantling of monuments to Soviet soldiers who will not remain without a response from Moscow. As told “Izvestia” in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia, the hostile actions of Warsaw and Moscow in any case will not leave without consequences. The Ministry added that measures will be “asymmetrical”.

As told “Izvestia” a source in the Russian diplomatic circles, some options are considered: personal sanctions against involved in the development of the law of Polish politicians, economic measures of exposure and active work in various international venues to draw attention to this problem.

One of the probable answers of Moscow to the actions of Poland, the source of “Izvestia” in the Russian diplomatic circles considers the introduction of personal sanctions against the Polish politicians — the authors of this law, as well as a significant decrease in the level of Russian-Polish economic relations.

— It is necessary to introduce sanctions against the authors of the law, which he promoted and lobbied for, and interrupt economic relations between the Russian and Polish regions. I will support any sanctions to be proposed, commented on the “news” these initiatives first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir Jabbarov.

Some politicians have recently said in the press about the appropriateness of a “mirror” measures in relation to Poland. As noted at a recent press conference in Moscow the head of the international Affairs Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev, Russia, for example, may cease to care for Polish memorials, obviously, implying a complex “Katyn” and “Copper”. The Senator also added that memorial sites can be added and the place near Smolensk in 2010, the crash of an airliner of the Polish President.