Played an important role in establishing the government of Władysław Sikorski.
I communicated our standpoint on the German-Soviet pact to Gafencu, which he understands completely. He considers the situation very grave, expecting that the conflict will break out any day now, which coincides with the opinion of the French ambassador. The Germans plan to continue this intimidation game, and the chancellor will probably want to use the planned speech in Królewiec for that. The German representative showed G. instructions from Berlin stating the decisions to conclude the pact were preceded by two and a half months of negotiations with the Soviets, setting all details. According to G. it is a proof of a double game played by the Soviets, as well as to the fact that the delays in the Anglo-French-Soviet talks had nothing to do with the negative stance of Poland and Romania on the possible march of Soviet troops.