The parliaments of Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine simultaneously will take the message in relation to historical events that took place in the beginning of the Second world war, said the head of the Verkhovna Rada Andrew Parubiy.
according to his statement, the story is about events that happened " on our (Ukrainian – approx. OPINION) the lands since the beginning of the Second world war ", UNIAN reports.
"that is, in this statement, we are proposing to specify who was to blame for this tragedy, which has taken place in our land – And the culprits was the Russian Empire, the German Nazis, who started the 2nd world war ", – drew attention paruby. According to the speaker of Parliament, " for us it is important that the tension between Poland and Ukraine this summer, was taken, and that all the historical insinuations were rejected ". He said that on Wednesday also at the same time there will be meetings of the three committees of parliaments of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania." And on Thursday I will initiate the imposition of the Ukrainian Parliament of the relevant application, which will take place simultaneously with the adoption of the corresponding statement in the Polish Parliament and the Lithuanian Parliament, which will together indicate who was the culprit of the tragedy in our lands in the middle of the last century, and stated that Russian imperialism today continues the same Imperial policy pursued in the past century ", Greg said Parubiy. He added that " it will be quite a unique thing when 3 of Parliament at the same time, will give not only an assessment of General history, but will also assess current actions of Russian imperialism ". Relations between Ukraine and Russia worsened against the background of the situation in the Donbass. In January 2015, the Parliament of Ukraine at an extraordinary meeting to discuss the deteriorating situation in the Donbass, took the message that Russia is called " an aggressor country ". The message was supported by 271 people's choice at the required minimum of 226 votes.