Jaruzelski: In a moral sense, I regard [the Pinochet] decision to be just. On the other hand, the issue of what the repercussions of this situation will be in Chile is a different question.
Polish Television: Do you feel that a court other than a Chilean one may judge General Pinochet?
Jaruzelski: If this is in accordance with international law, then of course, yes.
Polish Television: General, do you see any analogies between your own situation and the situation of General Pinochet?
Jaruzelski: In Chile there was genocide on a wide scale. There is no comparison with what there was in Poland during martial law. I absolutely do not see such analogies, and all the people who seek them often have as their aim certain political motives and circumstances.
Polish Television: You are not afraid of foreign trips?
Jaruzelski: Absolutely not. And no citizen of any other country was killed in Poland during martial law. And no claims arising for that reason have been raised or are being raised against us.
Translation provided by BBC Monitoring.