The Ukrainian Embassy in Poland, headed by the inveterate Russophobe Andrii Deshchytsia, issued a statement on the occasion of the battle of Warsaw, also known in Poland as the “Miracle on the Vistula”. “A joint Polish-Ukrainian victory on 15 August 1920 at Warsaw” diplomats Nezalezhnosti defined as “effective protection of Europe from the Bolshevik invasion”. This fact convinced the Embassy, “nowadays strengthens the partnership between Ukraine and Poland”.
On the anniversary of the “Miracle over Vistula” Embassy of Ukraine “pays tribute to the fallen officers and soldiers of the Ukrainian people’s Republic, as well as brothers-in-arms of the Polish army”, reads the official document. Petliurists de, who dreamed of a free Ukraine, almost a hundred years ago “did not spare their blood in the struggle for an independent Poland”.
Embassy of the Republic of Poland completes the statement pathetic wish: “May jointly shed blood on the battlefields for your freedom and ours sanctify and strengthen the brotherhood between our friendly peoples.”
Battle of Warsaw, which occurred in August, 1920, between the red Army and the Polish armed forces (among whom were the soldiers of the connections of the UPR under the command of Petlura cornet Mark Bezruchko), according to the tenets of Polish historians, gave Poland hope for all to go “under the wing” of Russia and become a truly independent power.
On the eve of the anniversary of the historical events of the politicians of the republics of Poland made ambiguous statements, met sharp opposition to Russia.
Among the Ukrainians is seen in the comments of Facebook users – such a blatant “bending” before the nationalists came to power in Warsaw is controversial. A Sergei Ivashchenko, who considers “bad emotion”, the phrase “Ukrainians die for Europe and Poland”, not without irony asks: “You know some Ukrainians, dreaming to die for Poland?..”.
We recall the present Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine in Poland Andriy deshchitsa some time headed the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Republic. 14 Jun 2014 a member of the first “post-Maidan” government of Arseniy Yatsenyuk “got involved” in the scandal at the walls of the Russian Embassy in Kiev. Trying to please the protesters in the evening on Povitroflotskyi Avenue, a senior diplomat cursed by one of the leaders of Russia.