Apart from the enclave round Kaliningrad in the north, Poland does not have any frontier with Russia. Poland's eastern neighbours today, as they were throughout the period of the Soviet Union, are Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine. Anything to the contrary is pure, undiluted misinformation.
One wonders whether this is a matter for the Advertising Standards Authority or perhaps for the National Curriculum (Geography), Class 1.
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