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His colleague, Marek Opiola MP, said: "It's an attempt to put us in our place.
Don't forget all this happened on the 70th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland." Ordinary Poles were outraged by news of the exercise and demanded a firm response fro the government.
It may not happen in our lifetime, he said, but 'the risk that Earth will get hit in a devastating event one day is very high.'For now, there is little we can do.
And yet, the first-ever mission to crash a probe into a small space rock to alter its trajectory suffered a major setback when European ministers declined in December to fund part of the project.'We are not ready to defend ourselves' against an Earth-bound object, said Densing.
We are monitoring the exercises to see what has been planned.
Wladyslaw Stasiak, chief of President Lech Kaczynski’s office, and a former head of Poland’s National Security Council, added: “We didn’t like the appearance of the exercises and the name harked back to the days of the Warsaw Pact.” The Russian troop exercises will come as an unwelcome sight to the states nestling on Russia’s western border who have deep-rooted anxieties over any Russian show of strength.
One man, identified only as Ted, told Polskie Radio: "Russia has laid bare its real intentions with respect to Poland.
a minor or major impact,' said Rolf Densing, who heads the European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in Darmstadt, ahead of International Asteroid Day on Friday.The operation also involved the simulated suppression of an uprising by a national minority in Belarus – the country has a significant Polish population which has a strained relationship with authoritarian government of Belarus.Karol Karski, an MP from Poland's Law and Justice, is to table parliamentary questions on Russia's war games and has protested to the European Commission.With a resurgent Moscow now more willing to flex its muscles, Central and Eastern Europeans have warned of Russia adopting a neo-imperialistic attitude to an area of the world it still regards as its sphere of influence.In July, the region’s most famed and influential political figures, including Lech Walesa and Vaclav Havel, wrote an open letter Barack Obama warning him that Russia “is back as a revisionist power pursuing a 19th-century agenda with 21st-century tactics and methods.” Moscow and Minsk have insisted that Operation West was to help "ensure the strategic stability in the East European region".