Will relieve the tension: Ukrainian delegation going to Warsaw


February 16, the Ukrainian delegation will visit Warsaw, where he will hold talks with Polish colleagues about “antibanderovskie” law. Photo: from open sources

February 16, the Ukrainian delegation will visit Warsaw, where he will hold talks with Polish colleagues about “antibanderovskie law No.”.

This was stated to journalists the Vice Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko.

“Fulfilling the agreements of the President of Ukraine with President of Poland, 16 February I plan to visit Warsaw and meet with his Polish counterpart, Piotr Glinski,” said he.

“Now it’s important for us to ease the tension in Ukrainian-Polish relations, which in recent years, including artificial, wound various political forces, including external factors. Therefore, the main mission is to start a dialogue with the Polish side on this topic. On the other hand, of course, we can’t help but react to the latest events, in particular regarding the adoption of amendments to the law On the Institute of national remembrance in Poland.

We believe that the law should be changed”, – declared Vice-the Prime Minister.

“We will protect the rights of our fellow citizens not only in Ukraine but also outside our country”, – said Rozenko.

6 February the President of Poland Andrzej Duda signed the controversial amendments to the law on the Institute of national remembrance. At the same time he sent the law to the constitutional court for review.

The law inter alia provides for punishment for the denial of the crimes of Ukrainian nationalists, as well as fines and prison sentences for public statements about the involvement of poles in the Holocaust.

Ukraine had earlier called on the Polish President not to sign the Parliament adopted changes. Categorically acted against the law of Israel.

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