Daniel Kawczinsky thinks the EU army could be potentially dangerous
The 45-year-old Polish-born politician, who is currently a member of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee and has sat as a member of both the International Development Select Committee and the Justice Select Committee, told of his fears over rising political tensions.
In an interview where to described his post-Brexit foreign policy vision, the MP also told how Britain would be well served by establishing keen relations with Vladimir Putin and openly criticised Barack Obama for allying himself with Angela Merkel and wilfully ignoring the historic “special relationship”.
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Mr Kawczinsky believes Theresa May is right to court Donald Trump and has commended the Prime Minister on her commitment to not adopt a Blairite approach of becoming the world’s policeman and embroiling Britain in a sting of disastrous foreign wars.
The Shrewsbury and Atcham MP, who was in Tunis at the time of the Arab Spring, said: “While we have our differences with Russia over Crimea, for example, we ought to be able to cooperate with them on other issues such as Syria.
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“It was only a matter of time before Russia also intervened on account of her historic ties with Syria. But despite much uproar in the mainstream media we now see a more successful peace process promoted by Russia and Turkey.
“It wasn’t just the fall of Aleppo that brought about the relative calm to Syria, but crucially the credibility of a superpower’s involvement coupled with the major rapprochement between Turkey and Russia.
“The historic lack of trust between Russia and America has only prolonged the suffering in Syria.
“Unfortunately, until we reach a point when these two fellow permanent members of the UN Security Council are prepared to work together, such terrible ordeals are bound to reoccur.”
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He thinks the European Union should seriously reconsider its weaponisation of the Polish and Russian border, which is now one of the most heavily militarised zones in the world.
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Mr Kawczinsky, Britain’s first Polish-born MP, said: “If they keep this up the border will soon look like the zone between North Korea and South Korea and it could get out of control.
“We can’t dismiss the prospect of a war between Russia and Nato and casting Putin as the pantomime villain serves no practical purpose.”
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He revealed that i chats with a Latvian official he was told Putin has been routinely entering the country’s airspace for a concerted period of time, and has now begun to do the same with Estonia.
In the interests of global security, the Stirling University educated politician demands a “a better dialogue and engagement between the UK, America and Russia”.
He is also very wary of the EU army because he believes the EU has “the opposite of the Midas touch – everything they touch turns to dust”.
The chairman of the All-Party Group for Saudi Arabia said: “We’ve been dragged into two European wars with massive collateral damage and we had a huge number of citizens killed so of course we have an interest in the EU army. We need to avoid World War Three.”
He is convinced Eastern Europe offers a gift wrapped opportunity for Britain to establish beneficial trade links after Brexit, mainly because one of the country’s best allies is currently Poland.
The Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło has vowed to block any EU Brexit deal that is unnecessarily harsh on Britain, for example, and the emerging nations such as Hungary and the Czech Republic “wish to further their relationships with us”.
He also believes a host of Commonwealth nations are itching to establish trade deals.
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