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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Will claim the lions: the Federation Council commented on the new design Polish passports

Plans to place Warsaw in the Polish passports of the image located in Lviv, chapel, rotunda suggests that the Polish authorities are preparing to present the Kiev territorial claims. This view was expressed by the Russian Senator, Chairman of the Committee Sovfeda on security and defense Franz Klintsevich.

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“Poland, in fact, intend to assert their territorial claims to Ukraine, and its Ministry of foreign Affairs (Ukraine — MC) in response expressed concern about the development of “strategic Polish-Ukrainian partnership,” the Senator said in an interview with “Parlamentskaya Gazeta”.

Earlier it became known that the authorities of Poland intend to in the next year to place on the country issued the passports of the image located at the Lychakiv cemetery in Lviv of the chapel rotunda. Note that in the following year Poland intends to celebrate the 100th anniversary of independence.

Plans Warsaw caused an uproar in Kiev. The foreign Ministry had summoned the Ambassador of Poland, Jan Hell, where he was handed a note of protest. We will add that from 1919 to 1939 Lviv was part of Poland.

However, Ukraine was not the only country in the Warsaw “in absentia brought” territorial claims. As writes portal NewsBalt, Polish passports can appear the gate of the city wall gates of dawn, which are located in Vilnius (the city from 1920 to 1939 was occupied by Poland).

But if in the case of Vilnius the placement of landmarks is solved by Internet voting (and of dawn in the first place), the chapel in Lviv will appear on the Polish passports mandatory without voting.


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