This time, cyber hackers appear with a succulent diplomatic correspondence between German, Polish and Ukrainian politicians.
Letter 1. A letter from the head of the German Chancellery Peter Altmaier to Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski:
The letter says it clearly: Poland stands currently under a certain pressure coming from Germany that in turn wants Poland to buy 800 000 tons of steel from Ukraine at the price of €600 per ton. Meanwhile… MEPS (one of the most competent consultancy company operating in the steel sector worldwide) says that average market-value for hot rolled plate works over EU out at (!) €513 per ton:
Feel the difference? Poland is going to overpay about €87 per every ton of steel Germany wants it to buy from Ukraine! Aggregate loss about €69 600 000! For what? To gain Angela Merkel’s support and to add a clause to NATO Wales Summit resolution concerning the use of European missile defense system in case of a threat to territorial integrity of Poland appears… Got it? Ordinary Poles are going to lay out almost €70 millions just to please the EU big bosses! Whichever may you turn it, the price is too much. And especially when it comes to Poland - the EU member state facing currently extreme economic hardships since the US/EU sanctions has backfired shortly the country’s agrarian sector.