Polish PM warns: Europe entering pre-war era amid Ukraine conflict

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WARSAW — Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk warned of the threat posed by the conflict in Ukraine to Europe, stating that for the first time since the end of World War II, the continent is entering a "pre-war era."اضافة اعلان

Tusk, in an interview with the media network "Lena," which includes the largest alliance of European newspapers, said: "War is no longer a thing of the past. It is a reality, and it started more than two years ago. The most concerning thing now is that any scenario is possible. We haven't seen a situation like this since 1945,” Al-Ghad reported.

He added: "I know it seems devastating, especially for the younger generation, but we must get used to the fact that a new era has begun: the pre-war era. I am not exaggerating; the situation becomes clearer every day."
The Russian invasion of Ukraine more than two years ago has disturbed the sense of peace among European leaders after the war, prompting many European countries to accelerate the production of weapons to support Kyiv and its forces with what they need.

The former President of the European Council, whose country was one of the prominent supporters of neighboring Ukraine, confirmed on Friday that if Kyiv loses the war, no one in Europe will feel safe.

Also among the continent's concerns is the possible return of former US President Donald Trump to the White House, especially after his publicly skeptical stance on NATO.

Tusk stated in the interview, "Our mission is to strengthen relations across the Atlantic, regardless of who the US president is."

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