In a post on his social media account, Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak disclosed a “top secret" document containing the country's defense plan against a possible invasion. While the main opposition stated that Warsaw would be seen as an unreliable NATO ally, Blaszczak evaluated the document as "a plan to give half of the country".
In a post on his social media account X, Blaszczak responded to the criticism.
"The main opposition objects to our exposing plans to give half of Poland to the enemy. The Poles have a right to know what fate you are preparing for them! The Polish army must fight for every meter of our territory and every human life in the event of a conflict. You wanted to make Warsaw a frontline city," Blaszczak said.
The Polish news agency PAP reported that the Civic Platform will file a complaint against Blaszczak with the State Court. In Poland, the State Court is the decision-making authority on the constitutional responsibilities of persons holding state offices. The campaign period continues in Poland ahead of the parliamentary elections to be held on October 15 and the 4-question referendum.
Source: Anadolu Agency