Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in an interview with the German daily Die Welt on Saturday pointed out to France and Germany not keeping the promise to spend 2 percent of their GDP on defense issues. He was also skeptical about the chances of normalizing relations with Russia.
“If NATO is upset, it is due to the lack of involvement of some members. Among other things, France and Germany have not kept their promises to spend two percent of GDP on defense so far. How is NATO supposed to meet expectations in this situation?” the head of the Polish government asked.
“It is important for us that Berlin should take more into account the fears of NATO allies from the East than France does,” Morawiecki stressed and skeptically assessed Paris's attempts to normalize relations with Russia.