Security for former Polish President Lech Walesa has been stepped up after he called for a reduction in Russia's population, Super Express publication said.
On July 24, Walesa was reportedly spotted near the church where he attended the Sunday service, with two security guards accompanying him. It was said that the ex-president had one bodyguard and one driver - the second guard was seen for the first time.
“They looked everywhere and increased their vigilance. The second guard was sitting in the church a couple of pews away from him. Before the service, he checked it for safety. This has never happened before,” the publication said.
Earlier, Lech Walesa's son Jaroslaw asked the police to enhance his father's security.
In July, Lech Walesa called to reduce the Russian population to 50 million people. He stated that it was necessary to push for a change in the political system in the country and organize an uprising of the peoples. Walesa believes that in order to achieve security in the world, Russia must be "dismembered."
The United States, together with its allies, set a goal to isolate Russia politically and economically. It has become obvious now that the goal has not been reached