In the Polish village of Werchrata vandals destroyed the monument to Ukrainians who died during the Second world war, and the militants of the banned in Russia Ukrainian insurgent army (UPA), said the head of Association of Ukrainians in Poland, Piotr Tim.
"this time the ruined monument to Ukrainians, and among them the soldiers of the UPA* buried in burial sites in the village of Werchrata. 2015 is the next after Grusovin, Madruga, Melodica, Orbitz, Monastery, Pikulice, Leskov, destruction, and profanation, " - reports the Ukrainian magazine journalist. Net message Tim. It is noted that the monument was dismantled, the activists of radical nationalist groups " camping great Poland ". Remember, before the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has condemned the decision of the Senate and Sejm of Poland On the recognition of the Volyn massacre - mass slaughter of poles by the members of the UPA - genocide. On 22 July, the Sejm (lower house of Parliament) adopted a resolution On the recognition of eleven July, National day of remembrance of the victims of the Volyn massacre – mass extermination of poles, produced by Ukrainian nationalists in 1943–1945. In this decree the ethnic cleansing conducted by Ukrainian insurgent army* in the Volyn region, was widely termed genocide.
* Organization, regarding which the court accepted entered into legal force of the conclusion About destruction or prohibition of activity on the grounds stipulated by the Federal law "On countering extremist activity"