The Polish government harshly criticized the Ukrainian Ambassador Andrew Desize about the need to restore destroyed Ukrainian monuments in Poland.
About it DT.UA said a source in the Polish government, on condition of anonymity.
According to the source, Ukrainian Ambassador Andriy Deshchytsia crossed the “red line” when the air of the Polish radio RMF24 said that Ukraine will allow Poland to carry out exhumation work only after the restoration of destroyed Ukrainian monuments on the territory of Poland – in Pikulice of Przemysl and the Monastery at Werchrata.
While dedica has recognized that the prohibition on exhumation works – emotional decision of Kiev, adopted after the Polish authorities did not react to the destruction of Ukrainian monuments.
“In Warsaw the Ambassador’s statements dedica disgust. This assessment not only of the leadership of the foreign Ministry, but also of the Polish government,” – said the source.
“In Warsaw there is a growing frustration with Kiev, his approach in the policy of historical memory”, – the source added.
According to him, in Poland the word dedica perceived as blackmail. “Warsaw will not talk to Kiev on the terms of the blackmail. First of all with Deputy Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko. Poland does not trust the Ukrainian side,” – said the source.