Given the events of the 90s together with their petulant behaviour over Kosovan independence and their strategic irrelevance, it seems Poland has every reason to ignore them.
on the contrary. After NATO/EU/Islamic league attack on Serbs who defended itself, Poles have no reason to trust to so called west. Today Serbs, tomorrow it may be Poland. NATO/EU would always easily found reason to attack Slavs.
See, Serbs (Racowie) never betrayed Poles, never sold Polish interests. Britain, France, USA,... they are something else. Poles can`t trust them.
Nationalist Jan Lopuszanski, of a small Catholic right-wing group, made his warning even more explicit. If, today, NATO's putative right to be a judge of other nations and their governments and to enforce these decisions by way of violence is recognized, this right may tomorrow be directed against any nation in the world, Poland included, he warned. He apparently forgot, among other things, that Poland was now a NATO member.Source: Splintered Unity: Polish Politics and the Crisis, Konstanty Gebert
They have no reason whatsoever to trust some murderous, raping bunch of idiots, let alone a couple of football hooligans.
actually, NATO and EU compromise itself among Poles, on the Serbian question. Investigation of Polish parliamentary group proved Serbian innocence.
The credibility of NATO's critics was somewhat undermined in mid-May, when Ikonowicz and Sierakowska acting against the explicit instructions of their party undertook a fact-finding mission to Belgrade and the refugee camps in Macedonia, returning with a full condemnation of both the raids and their rationale. Ikonowicz reported that he had failed to find any eyewitnesses to Serb atrocities among Albanian refugees, while according to him refugees said that they had fled not the Serb army but the KLA and NATO bombs.Source: Splintered Unity: Polish Politics and the Crisis, Konstanty Gebert