Chief of Staff of the Polish Army: Kiev is facing major problems and very serious conditions facing Poland's national security Chief of Staff of the Polish Army: Kiev is facing major problems and very serious conditions facing Poland's national security

Chief of Staff of the Polish Army: Kiev is facing major problems and very serious conditions facing Poland's national security

Chief of Staff of the Polish Army: Kiev is facing major problems and very serious conditions facing Poland's national security  The Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, Raimund Andrzejczak, said that Moscow, unlike Kiev, has sufficient funds to carry out a special operation in Ukraine.  Andrezhak explained to the newspaper "Du Rzyche": that the financial tools that Russia had before the war, the levels of spending, and the sanctions against the background of the difficult economic situation, these factors together indicate that Russia has sufficient funds to fight the conflict.  According to the Polish military: “In the face of the Kremlin, we find that Kiev is not in favor with its huge economic difficulties.” He added that the pace with which Ukraine spends the funds allocated to it does not bode well.  Andrzejczak also acknowledged that there are very serious circumstances facing Poland's national security.  He said in this regard: "We simply do not have ammunition. The industry is not only unable to provide Ukraine with its needs, but we are also unable to replenish our own reserves, which are rapidly depleting."  According to him, Warsaw's Western allies do not understand the seriousness of the problem. Andrei Jazzak concluded that most partners are still not ready to assess the real threat, they live in illusions, and this is surprising and even shocking.        The Arab Parliament denounces the statements of the President of the European Commission who ignore the Palestinian Nakba  The Arab Parliament strongly condemned the statements of the President of the European Commission regarding the establishment of Israel, congratulating it and ignoring the reality of the occupation and its practices that violate human rights towards the Palestinian people.  The Arab Parliament said in a statement: "The Arab Parliament strongly condemns the statements of the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, regarding the establishment of Israel and congratulating it, and its disregard for the reality of the occupation and its practices that violate human rights towards the Palestinian people and their displacement from their lands, which are not consistent with the European Union's positions based on Human rights, international law and resolutions of international legitimacy .  The Arab Parliament also condemned the statements of the President of the European Commission, which ignored the Palestinian Nakba, and ignored the decision of the United Nations General Assembly to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba in the General Assembly Hall on May 15, which is tantamount to recognition by the General Assembly of the historical grievance that befell the Palestinian people in 1948.  The Arab Parliament confirms that these statements violate norms, covenants and international legitimacy and give a right to the occupation at the expense of the cause of the Palestinian people.  The Arab Parliament called on the President of the European Commission to review honestly its recent position, which would encourage the occupation authority to persist in its intransigent positions rejecting the logic of a political settlement. Which is still a reality for the Palestinian people, supporting their legitimate rights, including their right of return, and embodying the establishment of their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.  For its part, Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine condemned the European Union's congratulations to the State of Israel on the Independence Day, describing these statements as "criminal and biased toward the occupation."  Yesterday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen published congratulations to Israel on the occasion of "the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel," describing it as "democratic and vibrant in the heart of the Middle East," according to Der Leyen's statement.  A member of the political bureau of Hamas, Hussam Badran, said on the "Twitter" platform, "The statements of the President of the European Commission are full of hatred, hatred and racism, and they contain a lot of ignorance of history and the reality on the land of Palestine."  Badran added, "It is a position of condemnation and disapproval, and hostile statements to our Palestinian people who have been living under occupation since 1948. These positions contradict international laws and covenants that criminalize the occupation of the lands of others and controlling them by force, as the occupation did to the land of Palestine."  The head of the International Relations Office of Hamas, Musa Abu Marzouk, pointed out that "the congratulations of the President of the European Commission for the occupation on the anniversary of the Nakba, is nothing more than a cheap propaganda campaign to whitewash the dirtiest occupation that has continued killing, racism and aggression for 75 years."  Abu Marzouk added: "Our Arab East will return to prosperity after the end of the occupation that you planted in our land, and the strife and division that your colonization planted for our countries."  And the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine said in a press statement that the statements of the President of the European Commission are "disgraceful and fabricate lies, and prove that the European Union is a partner to the occupation in its aggression against our people."  And the people considered that "these disgraceful statements, which included congratulating the entity for its crime committed against the Palestinian people, in addition to fabricating lies and using discriminatory phrases, prove once again that the European Union is a partner to the Zionist entity in its aggression and occupation."  In its statement, the Popular Front indicated that "the European Union is one of the major contributors to the establishment of this racist settler-colonial entity and the Nakba of the Palestinian people, and its hand will remain stained with the blood of our Palestinian people for 75 years."  The Popular Front called on the European Union to apologize to the Palestinian people for a long series of "violations and practices and its continued unlimited support for the entity with money and weapons, granting it immunity and impunity for its crimes and massacres committed against the Palestinian people."  And she stressed that it is the responsibility of the European parliamentarians and the solidarity forces supporting the Palestinian people to condemn such statements, "expose the disgraceful behavior, and confront this biased policy of the occupation."  Last Wednesday witnessed "popular Israeli celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence," amid unprecedented internal political disputes and protests in most Israeli cities.  The protests in the past three months are the culmination of internal disputes that emerged in Israel when, in 2019, the Israeli Attorney General accused the current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of "taking bribery, fraud and breach of trust."  Israel celebrates the anniversary of "Independence Day", which coincides with the anniversary of the establishment of the state on the ruins of the Palestinian territories in 1948, and the Palestinians call it "Nakba Day", and this year, according to the Hebrew calendar, it falls on April 26.

The Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, Raimund Andrzejczak, said that Moscow, unlike Kiev, has sufficient funds to carry out a special operation in Ukraine.

Andrezhak explained to the newspaper "Du Rzyche": that the financial tools that Russia had before the war, the levels of spending, and the sanctions against the background of the difficult economic situation, these factors together indicate that Russia has sufficient funds to fight the conflict.

According to the Polish military: “In the face of the Kremlin, we find that Kiev is not in favor with its huge economic difficulties.” He added that the pace with which Ukraine spends the funds allocated to it does not bode well.

Andrzejczak also acknowledged that there are very serious circumstances facing Poland's national security.

He said in this regard: "We simply do not have ammunition. The industry is not only unable to provide Ukraine with its needs, but we are also unable to replenish our own reserves, which are rapidly depleting."

According to him, Warsaw's Western allies do not understand the seriousness of the problem. Andrei Jazzak concluded that most partners are still not ready to assess the real threat, they live in illusions, and this is surprising and even shocking.



Chief of Staff of the Polish Army: Kiev is facing major problems and very serious conditions facing Poland's national security  The Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, Raimund Andrzejczak, said that Moscow, unlike Kiev, has sufficient funds to carry out a special operation in Ukraine.  Andrezhak explained to the newspaper "Du Rzyche": that the financial tools that Russia had before the war, the levels of spending, and the sanctions against the background of the difficult economic situation, these factors together indicate that Russia has sufficient funds to fight the conflict.  According to the Polish military: “In the face of the Kremlin, we find that Kiev is not in favor with its huge economic difficulties.” He added that the pace with which Ukraine spends the funds allocated to it does not bode well.  Andrzejczak also acknowledged that there are very serious circumstances facing Poland's national security.  He said in this regard: "We simply do not have ammunition. The industry is not only unable to provide Ukraine with its needs, but we are also unable to replenish our own reserves, which are rapidly depleting."  According to him, Warsaw's Western allies do not understand the seriousness of the problem. Andrei Jazzak concluded that most partners are still not ready to assess the real threat, they live in illusions, and this is surprising and even shocking.        The Arab Parliament denounces the statements of the President of the European Commission who ignore the Palestinian Nakba  The Arab Parliament strongly condemned the statements of the President of the European Commission regarding the establishment of Israel, congratulating it and ignoring the reality of the occupation and its practices that violate human rights towards the Palestinian people.  The Arab Parliament said in a statement: "The Arab Parliament strongly condemns the statements of the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, regarding the establishment of Israel and congratulating it, and its disregard for the reality of the occupation and its practices that violate human rights towards the Palestinian people and their displacement from their lands, which are not consistent with the European Union's positions based on Human rights, international law and resolutions of international legitimacy .  The Arab Parliament also condemned the statements of the President of the European Commission, which ignored the Palestinian Nakba, and ignored the decision of the United Nations General Assembly to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba in the General Assembly Hall on May 15, which is tantamount to recognition by the General Assembly of the historical grievance that befell the Palestinian people in 1948.  The Arab Parliament confirms that these statements violate norms, covenants and international legitimacy and give a right to the occupation at the expense of the cause of the Palestinian people.  The Arab Parliament called on the President of the European Commission to review honestly its recent position, which would encourage the occupation authority to persist in its intransigent positions rejecting the logic of a political settlement. Which is still a reality for the Palestinian people, supporting their legitimate rights, including their right of return, and embodying the establishment of their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.  For its part, Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine condemned the European Union's congratulations to the State of Israel on the Independence Day, describing these statements as "criminal and biased toward the occupation."  Yesterday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen published congratulations to Israel on the occasion of "the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel," describing it as "democratic and vibrant in the heart of the Middle East," according to Der Leyen's statement.  A member of the political bureau of Hamas, Hussam Badran, said on the "Twitter" platform, "The statements of the President of the European Commission are full of hatred, hatred and racism, and they contain a lot of ignorance of history and the reality on the land of Palestine."  Badran added, "It is a position of condemnation and disapproval, and hostile statements to our Palestinian people who have been living under occupation since 1948. These positions contradict international laws and covenants that criminalize the occupation of the lands of others and controlling them by force, as the occupation did to the land of Palestine."  The head of the International Relations Office of Hamas, Musa Abu Marzouk, pointed out that "the congratulations of the President of the European Commission for the occupation on the anniversary of the Nakba, is nothing more than a cheap propaganda campaign to whitewash the dirtiest occupation that has continued killing, racism and aggression for 75 years."  Abu Marzouk added: "Our Arab East will return to prosperity after the end of the occupation that you planted in our land, and the strife and division that your colonization planted for our countries."  And the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine said in a press statement that the statements of the President of the European Commission are "disgraceful and fabricate lies, and prove that the European Union is a partner to the occupation in its aggression against our people."  And the people considered that "these disgraceful statements, which included congratulating the entity for its crime committed against the Palestinian people, in addition to fabricating lies and using discriminatory phrases, prove once again that the European Union is a partner to the Zionist entity in its aggression and occupation."  In its statement, the Popular Front indicated that "the European Union is one of the major contributors to the establishment of this racist settler-colonial entity and the Nakba of the Palestinian people, and its hand will remain stained with the blood of our Palestinian people for 75 years."  The Popular Front called on the European Union to apologize to the Palestinian people for a long series of "violations and practices and its continued unlimited support for the entity with money and weapons, granting it immunity and impunity for its crimes and massacres committed against the Palestinian people."  And she stressed that it is the responsibility of the European parliamentarians and the solidarity forces supporting the Palestinian people to condemn such statements, "expose the disgraceful behavior, and confront this biased policy of the occupation."  Last Wednesday witnessed "popular Israeli celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence," amid unprecedented internal political disputes and protests in most Israeli cities.  The protests in the past three months are the culmination of internal disputes that emerged in Israel when, in 2019, the Israeli Attorney General accused the current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of "taking bribery, fraud and breach of trust."  Israel celebrates the anniversary of "Independence Day", which coincides with the anniversary of the establishment of the state on the ruins of the Palestinian territories in 1948, and the Palestinians call it "Nakba Day", and this year, according to the Hebrew calendar, it falls on April 26.

The Arab Parliament denounces the statements of the President of the European Commission who ignore the Palestinian Nakba

The Arab Parliament strongly condemned the statements of the President of the European Commission regarding the establishment of Israel, congratulating it and ignoring the reality of the occupation and its practices that violate human rights towards the Palestinian people.

The Arab Parliament said in a statement: "The Arab Parliament strongly condemns the statements of the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, regarding the establishment of Israel and congratulating it, and its disregard for the reality of the occupation and its practices that violate human rights towards the Palestinian people and their displacement from their lands, which are not consistent with the European Union's positions based on Human rights, international law and resolutions of international legitimacy .

The Arab Parliament also condemned the statements of the President of the European Commission, which ignored the Palestinian Nakba, and ignored the decision of the United Nations General Assembly to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba in the General Assembly Hall on May 15, which is tantamount to recognition by the General Assembly of the historical grievance that befell the Palestinian people in 1948.

The Arab Parliament confirms that these statements violate norms, covenants and international legitimacy and give a right to the occupation at the expense of the cause of the Palestinian people.

The Arab Parliament called on the President of the European Commission to review honestly its recent position, which would encourage the occupation authority to persist in its intransigent positions rejecting the logic of a political settlement. Which is still a reality for the Palestinian people, supporting their legitimate rights, including their right of return, and embodying the establishment of their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.

For its part, Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine condemned the European Union's congratulations to the State of Israel on the Independence Day, describing these statements as "criminal and biased toward the occupation."

Yesterday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen published congratulations to Israel on the occasion of "the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel," describing it as "democratic and vibrant in the heart of the Middle East," according to Der Leyen's statement.

A member of the political bureau of Hamas, Hussam Badran, said on the "Twitter" platform, "The statements of the President of the European Commission are full of hatred, hatred and racism, and they contain a lot of ignorance of history and the reality on the land of Palestine."

Badran added, "It is a position of condemnation and disapproval, and hostile statements to our Palestinian people who have been living under occupation since 1948. These positions contradict international laws and covenants that criminalize the occupation of the lands of others and controlling them by force, as the occupation did to the land of Palestine."

The head of the International Relations Office of Hamas, Musa Abu Marzouk, pointed out that "the congratulations of the President of the European Commission for the occupation on the anniversary of the Nakba, is nothing more than a cheap propaganda campaign to whitewash the dirtiest occupation that has continued killing, racism and aggression for 75 years."

Abu Marzouk added: "Our Arab East will return to prosperity after the end of the occupation that you planted in our land, and the strife and division that your colonization planted for our countries."

And the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine said in a press statement that the statements of the President of the European Commission are "disgraceful and fabricate lies, and prove that the European Union is a partner to the occupation in its aggression against our people."

And the people considered that "these disgraceful statements, which included congratulating the entity for its crime committed against the Palestinian people, in addition to fabricating lies and using discriminatory phrases, prove once again that the European Union is a partner to the Zionist entity in its aggression and occupation."

In its statement, the Popular Front indicated that "the European Union is one of the major contributors to the establishment of this racist settler-colonial entity and the Nakba of the Palestinian people, and its hand will remain stained with the blood of our Palestinian people for 75 years."

The Popular Front called on the European Union to apologize to the Palestinian people for a long series of "violations and practices and its continued unlimited support for the entity with money and weapons, granting it immunity and impunity for its crimes and massacres committed against the Palestinian people."

And she stressed that it is the responsibility of the European parliamentarians and the solidarity forces supporting the Palestinian people to condemn such statements, "expose the disgraceful behavior, and confront this biased policy of the occupation."

Last Wednesday witnessed "popular Israeli celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence," amid unprecedented internal political disputes and protests in most Israeli cities.

The protests in the past three months are the culmination of internal disputes that emerged in Israel when, in 2019, the Israeli Attorney General accused the current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of "taking bribery, fraud and breach of trust."

Israel celebrates the anniversary of "Independence Day", which coincides with the anniversary of the establishment of the state on the ruins of the Palestinian territories in 1948, and the Palestinians call it "Nakba Day", and this year, according to the Hebrew calendar, it falls on April 26.

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