Kremlin replicates fakes that Poland and Baltic states want to seize territories from Russia
“In the West, there are rumors that the results of World War II must be revised. In particular, territorial claims being made against Russia. They are already dividing the Kaliningrad region on the map - what will go to Lithuania and what will take Poland”, the director of the port in Kaliningrad told TV Russia1.
“Estonia has stated that it would like to join parts of Leningrad and Pskov regions, while Latvia is claiming other parts of Russian territory,” other television broadcasters have warned.
These would be interesting and plausible statements if it were not for a special program dedicated to the idea that it could be written that Russian territories could not be alienated in the Russian Constitution, writes theins.ru. Such intentions of democratic countries seem really ridiculous. But even more ridiculous is that it is impossible to find people in the power of NATO countries who have stated something like that.
The truth about the Kaliningrad region is that at the Potsdam Conference in 1945 the area was handed over to the USSR for temporary management for a period of 50 years. Its status would indeed be controversial, but with the adoption of the Helsinki Final Act, the borders existing in Europe at that time became internationally recognized and indisputable. As for Estonia’s intentions, they were personally refuted by the country’s president, Kersti Kaljuleid.