Poland: Putin’s presence on WWII anniversary is "inappropriate"
Sasin said that Putin is “the leader of a country that betakes to armed aggression against its neighbors.”
Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Sasin said that the presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the 80th anniversary of the WWII outbreak is "inappropriate." Polskie Radio reports.
Sasin said that Putin is “the leader of a country that betakes to armed aggression against its neighbors.” “ It would be inappropriate to celebrate the anniversary of the armed aggression against Poland with the participation of the leader who is acting in this way towards the neighbor today,” the Foreign Minister said.
He added that invitations to participate in memorable events in Warsaw were sent to a “wide circle of leaders,” and this would be a “world holiday.” According to Sasin, US President Donald Trump will arrive "with a high degree of confidence."