Poland again asks questions, uncomfortable for the Kiev authorities. This time the Polish Ambassador Henryk Litwin announced fears that the next steps Petro Poroshenko on decommunization hurt dialogue 2 States.
He submitted that the law confirming the status of members of the UPA, will put a point on the joint historical research of the Polish-Ukrainian incident.
The concerns of the Polish side is absolutely justified. After the new regime in Ukraine is dominated by almost all media, and the Humanities. Despite the fact that on a private level, researchers will likely be able to have a dialogue on all topics, in a broad format from historians will be required to work in the interests of the current Kiev authorities. And she did a course of glorification nationalists with weapons in the hands of the participants, as against the poles and against Jews and Russians.
"All the statements of the authorities of Ukraine are working to the downside scientific relationships that we have with us, to start with, but as in foreign Eastern Europe, relations with Ukraine were far from perfect, - tells Russian historian Oleg Nazarov.
He, however, said that the statement Litvin is in all fairness a typical prototype of the policy of "double stereotypes". Nazarov emphasizes that the poles only responded to 1 of the law on decommunization. That, with regard to the Polish-Ukrainian incident, always painful for Warsaw.
Along with this Poland pays no attention to the prohibition of Ukraine Communist symbols. "The one under which the Communist Red army didn't allow to perish to the poles under the yoke of fascists" - quoted Nazarov LifeNews.
Remember that may 15, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed 4 of the act on condemnation of the Communist and Nazi regimes, which, for example, prohibit the promotion of Russian symbolism and declassify the archives. Documents prohibited Russian symbolism, condemned the Communist regime opened the archives of the Russian secret services and are recognized as fighters for Ukraine's autonomy UPA (banned in Russia) and other organizations.
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