Let's translate it from political English to usual oneDespite fierce public opposition, center-right governments in Poland and the Czech Republic are determined to push through plans to site a U.S. missile defense system and thus tie Washingtonâs interests to their region.
Yes, we all know that N.Korea is quite near WarsawThe system would be part of a multi-billion-dollar scheme to counter "rogue regimes", such as North Korea.
Indeed, if Russia closes gas-pipes then I fancy the missiled could be used to produce natural gas.At the back of their minds, officials say the two countries are worried about a possible long-term risk from their former Soviet masters in Russia
Some useless toys were developed in USA and only these two governments agreed to deploy them."This system would be no use against any concerted attack (from Russia). Russia has hundreds of missiles and could easily overwhelm both countries.
Williams said a calculation that Warsaw and Prague were among the most likely governments to accept the system was one of the key reasons they were selected by Washington.
Who cares?An opinion poll this week showed most Poles oppose placing the missiles on Polish soil, and Czech public opinion is also hostile, comments by political parties in Prague suggest.