Les Polonais se sentent directement concernés par la situation en Ukraine

Depuis l’éclatement de la crise en Ukraine, la Pologne ne cesse de tirer la sonnette d’alarme et appelle l’Europe et le monde à l’action pour défendre la cause ukrainienne contre l’impérialisme russe.

Valérie Woyno, Correspondante en Pologne
A man lights a candle for the victims of violence in Kiev, in front of the Ukrainian embassy, in Warsaw, Poland, Monday, March 3, 2014. Russia pressed hard Monday for Ukrainian politicians to return to the Feb. 21 agreement that promised to create a new unity government which would rule until an early election no later than December. But the proposal seemed to be a non-starter as diplomats met in Brussels, Kiev and Geneva and warnings about the dangers of Russia's military actions were issued from a host of European capitals. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
A man lights a candle for the victims of violence in Kiev, in front of the Ukrainian embassy, in Warsaw, Poland, Monday, March 3, 2014. Russia pressed hard Monday for Ukrainian politicians to return to the Feb. 21 agreement that promised to create a new unity government which would rule until an early election no later than December. But the proposal seemed to be a non-starter as diplomats met in Brussels, Kiev and Geneva and warnings about the dangers of Russia's military actions were issued from a host of European capitals. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski) ©AP
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