Alexander Kuranov. In the foreseeable future Russia may become one of five world powers in the game, said Wednesday at a Symposium in Prague, the former President of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski, was notified.
"Russia in the foreseeable future may become one of the new centers now forming multipolar world," said Kwasniewski at a Symposium on security in Prague.- Important role in the future will continue to play And the USA, But they will never be as strong as in the last 20-30 years."
New world order will be formed in the end of the beginning now of a period of chaos, ex - President of Poland. Besides Russia and the U.S. And other superpowers, in his vision, will be China, already ready to leave in the first role in the world, as well as India And the European Union. But the latter is required to continue the necessary reforms, as well as successfully deal with the growing wave of national self-interest, " said Kwasniewski.
Referring to the possible next actions of Russia, Kwasniewski said he is convinced that the lack of interest in the capital of Russia for military intervention in the Baltic States. In his vision, the Russian Federation is interested in only Ukraine, besides as a country in General, and not on individual pieces - Donetsk or Lugansk.
"Moscow on Ukraine will continue to apply economic pressure, propaganda, and will look for other ways to get all of Ukraine," said Kwasniewski. He believes that in the scenario of events for Ukraine, Russia prepared - preparation of the " Maidan room 3, which would lead to the creation of new political leadership in Kiev." This guide will not to have anything against Europe, But will declare: "We do not dream about anything is impossible. Our dreams are quite realistic. And this realistic dream is Russia ", - stated version of the ex-President of Poland.
Aleksander Kwasniewski was the Minister of youth Affairs in the socialist period in Poland, then led the social democratic party, and in 1995 And 2000 he was elected President of Poland, also in 2000, won convincingly against their competitors in the first round of voting.