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Ukrainian war, possible risk of escalation on the border with Poland: what we know

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The war that has broken out in Ukraine could be marked by a further escalation along the border with Poland. The scenarios.

War broke out in Ukraine in recent weeks it could be marked by a new escalation along the border with Poland. Qualified sources who were consulted by Adnkronos made it known. Precisely this demarcation area – it is observed – is envisaged as a particularly hot area in which the risk of a total conflict between NATO and Russia could be high.

What do we know so far.

Ukrainian war, the risk of escalation of a conflict between Russia and Ukraine is high

Why are these areas so central at this stage? According to sources, according to Russian intelligence the border areas between Poland and Ukraine are not only used to move civilians, but also weapons and other equipment that would be given to Ukrainian soldiers.

The fear expressed in this case is that the Kremlin secret services could attack along the border with immediate intervention by the Polish authorities first and then by NATO.

The conflict could spread to Serbia

There is also another state on which US and European intelligence would be paying particular attention namely Serbia. According to sources, in this country there are minorities in support of Russian President Vladimir Putin who could be ready to overcome the “simple” demonstrations in the streets. Serbia – it was pointed out – is internally split. Not only. The strong economic link with Russia combined with the sentiment of opposition to NATO could lead to new tensions in the Balkans.