Peskov praised the level of threat from Poland

Poland is not a threat to Russia, however, the readiness of Warsaw to provide its territory for foreign military infrastructure can be dangerous. With such statement the First channel was made by press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov.

He recalled Moscow's position on the undesirability and danger of successive drift of NATO's military infrastructure towards the Russian borders.

Earlier, the representative of the US diplomatic mission in Warsaw Georgette of Mosbacher admitted that the Americans could redeploy its nuclear weapons from Germany to Poland, if Berlin will refuse him. In Germany some weeks there is a dispute about the placement on the territory of the country of nuclear weapons: the members of the Social democratic party's demand to withdraw it, and their partners in the ruling coalition of the Christian democratic Union opposes.

According to Peskov, in response to such actions of the Alliance Russia "has to take measures to guarantee the security of the country."

The Kremlin is closely watching the actions of NATO, the tendency of approaching of the Alliance to Russia's borders continues, as stated previously, Dmitry Peskov.

In turn, foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the actions of NATO near the Russian and Belarusian borders are provocative.

"Such actions of the Alliance lead to further fragmentation of the European security space", - said the Minister of foreign Affairs.

As the American journalist Peter Suciu the article in the publication The National Interest, Russia has reason to fear NATO intervention, because in recent centuries the country was attacked by Germany, Sweden, Poland, France and even the United States.

According to the author, after the cold war and the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia in many respects were more vulnerable compared to many former satellites, including Poland, Hungary and Romania, and the Czech Republic and Slovakia, which are now in NATO.

Statements about the "Russian threat" is periodically heard from the lips of Western politicians, mostly from the Baltic countries and Poland. Moscow has repeatedly stressed that Russia will never attack any of the NATO countries. According to the head of the Russian foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, NATO is well aware of the lack of Moscow plans to attack anyone, but just enjoy the excuse to place more vehicles and battalions near the Russian border. Moscow has repeatedly expressed concern over the buildup of NATO in Europe.