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23 of January, 15:50

The head of the Polish cultural center in Kaliningrad apologized to the Russians
Polish cultural center in Kaliningrad apologized to the citizens of Russia in connection with the statement of the head of the foreign Ministry of Poland Grzegorz Schetyna on the question of the liberation of Auschwitz.
"On its own behalf and On behalf of the million of their compatriots in Poland, I would like to apologize, most importantly, the Russian people, which today, as the Red Army 70 years ago, liberating the concentration camp Auschwitz, multinational," said the head of the Department Tomas Omanski on the Internet office center." I wish to apologize for the words that were expressed consciously (or maybe not), insulting the memory of all those young men, soldiers of the red Army, and their tombs are until now in my native Poland, " said Umanski." Dear citizens of Russia, very please, note that millions of Poles now, unfortunately, are only observers increasingly strange events and actions of the government in their country, which eventually specially designed laws, instead of free elections gave us election rotation ", - noted the head of the center." When I first time in his life together with his friend-a Ukrainian born in Siberia, visited the Museum camp in Auschwitz, even I, a Pole, was excited about the fact that we can speak there language liberators of the camp. I am sure that moreover, You, the Russians, pride feat for the overthrow of fascism will never take " - says Omanski. Before the last working day of the week the Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland Grzegorz Schetyna explaining broadcast Radio ZET your message about the liberation of Auschwitz by the Ukrainians, said first tank, which was demolished by the camp gate, ran Ukrainian Igor Pourcel. Yesterday Schetyna expressed bewilderment in connection with the nervous reaction of Russia on the issue of his phrase, saying that it did not carry anti-Russian rhetoric. Remember, on Wednesday, foreign Minister of Poland Grzegorz Schetyna on Polish radio said that the concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated most importantly Ukrainians. In response to this, the MPs of the state Duma expressed harsh criticism of the Polish Minister. And the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation said that his words were illiterate and are a mockery of history. Foreign Minister S. Lavrov Century called blasphemous and cynical statements Polish colleagues.


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