The Ukrainian foreign Ministry summoned the Ambassador of Poland because of the words Waszczykowski about Bandera

МИД Украины вызвал посла Польши из-за слов Ващиковского о Бандере

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine

In diplomacy stressed the need for a more cautious approach to controversial historical past.

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine expressed frustration with the Ambassador of Poland in Ukraine Jan Pieklo in connection with the recent statements of Polish foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski on Ukraine, reports the press service of the Ministry.

“July 5, 2017, the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Ukraine Jan Inferno was invited to the MFA of Ukraine in connection with the statements of the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland Witold Waszczykowski on Ukraine in an interview for the weekly magazine “W sieci” 03.07.2017 G.”, − stated in the message.

During the meeting, the Polish diplomat noted that Ukraine were disappointed by recent remarks of the foreign Minister of Poland to Ukraine.

“The Ukrainian side is convinced that with joint efforts, including the friendly with Poland, we must build a common European future, not to put each other”, − stated in the message of the foreign Ministry.

The office drew attention to nekorektno Wasikowska statements regarding the situation in the East of Ukraine and stressed the need for a more cautious approach of the Polish political elite to the tragic and controversial pages of the joint historical past.

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine confirmed readiness for further development of equal and constructive cooperation with Poland in the spirit of mutual understanding and respect.

We will remind, Waszczykowski said Poland will veto the potential Ukraine’s accession to the EU, if not addressed historical issues and issues of minority rights.

In Kiev responded to the statement of the Polish foreign Ministry about Bandera
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