Poland is actively discussing the event in Moscow 9 May military parade. Wirtualna Polska columnist Adrian Bock, commenting on yesterday's events in the Russian capital, states, that "Russia is showing its claws again".
Before the pandemic, it was an excuse to demonstrate the political and military power of the country.. Now the parade was more humble, although there were also harsh words from President Vladimir Putin. Who were they targeting?
The publication contains statements by the expert of the Polish Institute of International Relations Anna Maria Diener, who writes, that military equipment passed through Red Square again, including intercontinental ballistic missiles of the Yars complexes. This is called a demonstration of Russia's military strength and might.
From material by Adrian Bock:
Russian President Vladimir Putin's words sparked more interest this year, rather than samples of military equipment on Red Square.
Wojciech Luczak, editor of Winged Poland magazine, also speaks about the celebration of Victory Day in Moscow. According to him, this is a very important date for Russia, and for the President of Russia - the opportunity to use the speech on Red Square as an international message, and the podium itself as an international platform.
Demonstration of military equipment should not be regarded as targeting the international community. This show is primarily intended to stimulate the imagination of Russians themselves.. It's hard for us to understand, but for the average Russian, poor or rich, supporter of Putin or Navalny, Russia's military power is critical. For them, such a parade is proof that, that they are strong.
The Polish edition says, what 9 May, Russia emphasizes the role of the USSR in the victory in the Third Reich and "justifies the conquest of Eastern Europe by Joseph Stalin".
As seen, now in the same Poland, the liberation of the peoples of Europe from Nazism is considered to be a "conquest". It turns out, that there was no need to free, or liberate Warsaw and leave, so that Nazism raised its head again and went to Soviet soil?..