Russian Tensions Resurface

April 2005
Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Apr2005, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p4
Country Report
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The article reports that a controversial statement issued by the Russian foreign ministry, citing the benefits to Poland of arrangements responsible for the post-war division of Europe, has fanned the flames of political disagreement between the two countries. Russia's growing unease at the pro-Western policy bias of several ex-communist states in Eastern Europe justifies an expectation of continued tension in Polish-Russian relations. The Russian government's actions appear to have been pre-empted by reports that Polish members of the European parliament are seeking to issue a resolution on the agreement made at Treaty of Yalta and its consequences for Poland.


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