Janusz Steinhoff, former economy minister, referred to Joachim Brudziński’s words about German gas in “Kropka nad i”. He judged that “they are outrageous and should not happen”. – We are looking for enemies abroad, especially beyond our western border. For me it is incomprehensible, harmful and should be eliminated from the political scene – he added.
Former Minister of Economy, chairman of the Economic Cabinet of Shadows Business Center Club (BCC) Janusz Steinhoff referred in “Kropka nad i” on TVN24 to the words of the MEP PIS Joachim Brudziński, who said on state television that “today Germany they are trying to force Poland to share gas with them, because they shared their gas with us during World War II. “
Steinhoff judged these words “outrageous and should not be used”. He also said that “the current formation has been at odds with all European countries for over seven years, our friends are located only in Budapest”.
– What was the result of the intricately pursued policy by the former foreign ministers in office, Mr. (Krzysztof) Skubiszewski, (Bronisław) Geremek, (Stefan) Meller, all this was unfortunately partially destroyed by the irresponsible policy of the current authorities – he assessed.
As the former Minister of Economy said, “Poland has been in the best political situation for many years – we are in FOR THIS, we are in the European Union – while still – as in the times of Władysław Gomułka – we are looking for enemies abroad, especially beyond our western border. For me it is incomprehensible, harmful and should be eliminated from the political scene – said Steinhoff.
– I believe that Mr. Brudziński should sincerely apologize to all those who have been affected. And it affected not only many Germans, but also many citizens of our country – he pointed out.
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