Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that Russian leader Vladimir Putin should be isolated rather than "save his face," Interfax-Ukraine reported.
According to him, the tragedy of civilians in Bucha or Mariupol and the latest events in Ukraine should wake everyone up from their lethargic sleep and reject previous delusions. Morawiecki reacted to attempts to "save face" to Putin.
"How can you try to save or preserve something that has actually been completely lost ?" - emphasized the Polish prime minister.
According to him, there is now reason to understand well the dynamics of imperialism and totalitarianism in Russia.
"The battle for Ukraine is being fought now, and it will probably determine the future for several centuries," he said.
Morawiecki said that the paradox of this war is that if Ukraine wins, and it will be first and foremost her victory.
"But if it loses, it will be a defeat for all of us and the end of the world we know," he said.
The prime minister called for Putin's isolation.
"Therefore, I call for the isolation of the Russian president. Yes, diplomacy requires dialogue, but you don't negotiate with terrorists. The criminals must be condemned, and the ideology of the 'Russian world' must be overcome and eradicated," Moravetsky said.