Samo 28% Poljaka podrzava americki plan o postavljanju antiraketnog stita u Poljskoj..
Amerika zeli mimo volje Poljaka da instalira stit u Poljskoj..
To nije demokratski...
Many Poles believe their country should not join a defence system with the United States, according to a poll by CBOS. 55 per cent of respondents oppose the deployment of an anti-missile shield in Poland.
In December 2002, U.S. president George W. Bush announced plans for the development of initial defence capabilities, which include ground-based and sea-based missile interceptors, as well as sensors located in space. In 2004, the U.S. approached the governments of Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary as possible partners in the missile defence system.
Yesterday, U.S. state secretary Condoleezza Rice discussed the situation, saying, "This is a missile defence system for limited purposes, we have had the opportunity to explain that to Russia. I think everyone understands that with a growing Iranian missile threat, which is quite pronounced, that there need to be ways to deal with that problem."
Also yesterday, Polish prime minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski urged for a quick negotiation, adding, "We’ve been presented a proposal which is interesting from our point of view, but we obviously have our conditions—conditions which I hope will be accepted and which will be the subject of talks, but which from our point of view are very important."
Poland currently has 900 soldiers in central Iraq, as part of a multinational force. In March 2004, then-president Aleksander Kwasniewski said Poland was "misled" into the coalition effort, but added that Iraq today "is a much better place than Iraq with Saddam Hussein."
Do you support or oppose the deployment of an anti-missile shield in Poland?