Poland Urged to Prepare for Russia's Invasion of Ukraine in the Coming Days
This is reported by the publication "PAP" with reference to the head of the National Security Bureau of Poland Pavel Soloch.
"Of course, the situation is stalemate, but we must be prepared for what the British Defense Minister was talking about, that Russia could attack Ukraine in the coming days," Solokh said.
When asked by a journalist about which version of the scenario of events could be most likely in Ukraine at the moment, the head of the Bureau replied that "any version is possible."
"It seems that a massive attack aimed at capturing the entire territory of Ukraine looks the least likely, although, of course, it cannot be ruled out, and the Russians, as always in such situations, are exploring their options in terms of destabilizing the country without firing a shot, without moving the army. ", - said Pavel Solokh.
As a reminder, we wrote earlier that the United States of America has reliable information about the preparation by Russia of a special operation "under a false flag", which was supposed to create a pretext for a military invasion of Ukraine.
Meanwhile, the Kremlin is sticking to its policy of total denial of any readiness or planning for an invasion of Ukraine. Recently, the press secretary of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, called rumors in Western publications about possible impending provocations of the Russian Federation on the territory of Donbass unsubstantiated and unconfirmed.