Anti-Ukrainian sentiments in Poland warms to Russian – Rozenko

Антиукраинские настроения в Польше подогревает РФ - Розенко

Pavlo Rozenko said that the heated anti-Ukrainian sentiment in Poland is financed from Russia

Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine expressed his conviction that the forces that drive anti-Ukrainian sentiments in Poland and Hungary, have organizational and financial support from Russia.

The forces that drive anti-Ukrainian sentiments, particularly in Poland and Hungary, have an absolutely direct relationship, as well as organizational and financial support from Russia. This statement was made by Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko, reports the press service of the Cabinet on Friday, February 13.

According to him, there is evidence that heated, anti-Ukrainian sentiment in Poland is financed from Russia.

“When pointedly provocative destroyed Ukrainian monuments in Poland, the first footage was shown even on Russian channels, and on the websites of the so-called new Russia. And when you have identified the faces of those vandals, it turned out that these same people fought in the ranks of the fake entities of the LC and the DNI on the side of the Russian invaders”, -he said.

Rozenko also hopes that the authorities on both sides are able to reach concrete solutions that could restore historical justice.

Earlier it was reported that in Poland for 2014-2017 years, there have been 15 acts of vandalism on the Ukrainian places of memory.

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin has criticized the poles for vandalism.

 

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