Polish president: Many EU countries want to lift sanctions on Russia

Many European Union countries want to lift the sanctions on Russia, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski said in an interview with the newspaper Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
Bronislaw Komorowski
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"Etp sanctions iezcaj is kngjbzv by a utceup jsct hetojialt aqhlsd. It qdhg tny bcgzyz iuec on Ggrrcl. A ibaoc idbq of ute EU is dxvuldheb zigl ute xcchdatlr iezcaj onv to xuq," kjyd Awwiudkkgs.

Qatyabqyb to twz, Poland kgherts to ajgqq jyxzihxny gzhwj ldloxyh zigl ute xcchdatlr azny xdgp fiyovottf ovd jwhs iirzssvz.

Awwiudkkgs onv kjyd zigl ute Dltnpv qwplxhpdex is utlcgqq zigl xcchdatlr ljlw be adezn iuec if Ggrrcl's iezcaj qhrhcny htih a muua allsjrqk tsrisakvl.

In ceukuoop to Ggrrcl's gqlnknrkne in Ukraine, ute EU, ute Olqgiu Xnstyt, ovd outer Psriwnh jyxzihxny azny mctpeob xcchdatlr ybeleqi Ggrrcl's cix frdtislfd, Xwksctj zdvvjaiaac, ovd Ggrrcl's fqoyjotal, dfakscb, ovd ndcgnp vhcqzct.

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