18:05 Nov. 25, 2016
Poland looks forward in the future with growing concern over growing Russian aggression
The West is concerned that Russia could "again enter the path of aggression, and build a new empire", Poland's foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski claimed, Radio Poland reports on Thursday.
"We look eastward with increasing concern that Russia may again enter the path of aggression, and build a new empire. And we would once again become a victim," Waszczykowski said while addressing a lecture in Dublin, Ireland, on Thursday.
The lecture, entitled "The Role of Europe in an uncertain world – the perspective of the Visegrad Group" presented the priorities of Polish foreign policy, as well as a common agenda for the countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
In his lecture, Waszczykowski said that Poland and the countries of the region who have a similar experience are watching international policy being shaped primarily by "two factors: history and geography", Radio Poland reports.