Dmitry Medvedev, the former Russian President and current Vice Chairman of Russia’s National Security Council, has launched a scathing attack on Poland in a lengthy article. Medvedev has accused Poland of being a ”dangerous enemy” with ”evil intentions” and claimed that Poland has long-term ambitions to take over territory from Ukraine. He warns of a potential direct confrontation between Poland and Russia, which could lead to a third world war. The Polish government has dismissed these allegations as propaganda, with a deputy minister calling the article ”full of hate and threats.” Analysts suggest that Medvedev’s remarks should be seen as Russian propaganda and an attempt to pressure Europe into renewing political and economic cooperation with Russia. They believe that Medvedev’s comments, though lacking diplomatic significance, are intended to appeal to a domestic audience.