Russian President counts on Western fatigue from the war in Ukraine – Polish Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

The President of the aggressor country, Vladimir Putin, hopes that the West will soon get tired of the war against the background of a full-scale military invasion of Ukraine.

Source: Polish Deputy  Minister of Foreign Affairs Marcin Przydacz

“It is clear that with each subsequent week and month certain things will become commonplace for the public, unfortunately also the war, the further from the Ukrainian borders the more. But we are actively working to ensure that Western society – politicians and diplomats are informed about what is happening in Ukraine and they are provided with all these details on an ongoing basis.”


“We must actively counteract any possible fatigue because the war in Ukraine continues, people are dying there every day, children and women are dying there every day, infrastructure is being destroyed every day,” Przydacz said.

The diplomat also noted that additional sanctions are needed to fight Russia, which must be adopted not only at the EU level, but also by the G7 and other Euro-Atlantic partners – the United States or Japan.

Asked when the sixth package of EU sanctions will begin to give “tangible” results, he said that “in the next few months” oil imports from Russia will gradually decline.

British Ambassador to Ukraine Melinda Simmons also said the Kremlin was waiting for the West to get tired of the war in Ukraine on June 9.

See also: NATO is not doing enough to protect and support Ukraine, – Prime Minister of Poland

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