The Minister of foreign Affairs Square Pavlo Klimkin on Thursday, February 1, criticized adopted by the Polish Parliament, the law on criminal liability for propaganda of the ideology of Bandera Ukrainian nationalists, the denial of the Volyn massacre and allegations of complicity and the complicity of Poland in the crimes of Nazi Germany during the Second world war.
“The decision by the Polish Parliament does not focus on the discussion regarding historical truth, and the construction of historical mythology. Introduction to law the term “crimes of Ukrainian nationalists” tightens unilateral stereotypes and provokes a response. The idea is to recognize some of the nation criminal leads nowhere,” wrote the head of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry in his microblog on Twitter.
The head of the Ukrainian diplomacy also stressed that Kiev has always advocated and will advocate for equal dialogue and the strategic partnership with Warsaw. Despite the concerns associated with the Polish law, Ukraine is ready to objective dialogue, based on facts.