Klimkin called nonsense statements of Poland about the Ukrainian refugees

Климкин назвал чушью заявления Польши об украинских беженцах

Klimkin considers the statements of the Prime Minister is incorrect

The Minister commented “the influx of Ukrainians in Poland”.

The head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin sharply criticized statement of Poland on the influx of Ukrainian refugees. He stated this on Thursday, January 11, during a visit to Chernivtsi, reports ZIK.

“Sometimes they talk about Ukrainians as refugees. This, of course, complete nonsense, and this is all, of course, of course” – said Klimkin.

According to him, now Ukraine and Poland has begun to debate this issue because the information sounded Warsaw, is not correct.

“There is a very clear figure – now in Poland there are hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians. For the last two years in Poland was officially granted asylum 88 Ukrainians. So talking about some serious numbers of asylum to Ukrainians, who are massively trying to ask asylum, or even can be considered refugees, is incorrect,” added the Minister.

Recall, the Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki said that in Poland there is over 1.5 million Ukrainians, 5% of whom are immigrants from Donbass.