The conflicts between Ukraine and Poland is beneficial to Putin’s Russia, said the MP.
MP and the Deputy Director of the Ministry of internal Affairs Avakov Anton Gerashchenko reported that the Polish graves cemeteries Lviv desecrated on behalf of Russia as part of Moscow’s attempts to embroil the hybrid Kiev and Warsaw.
About this politician wrote on his page on the social network Facebook.
“In the night from Saturday to Sunday were desecrated the graves of the poles in one of the cemeteries in Lviv region. The grave was doused with red paint, and on the memorial cross was written “death to the poles”. And March 11, similarly, were desecrated the graves of Polish professors shot by the NKVD before the arrival of the Nazis in June 1941. It would seem everything is clear – did the Ukrainian nationalists-radicals. Then the news will spread around the world media. In Poland it’s for a few days will be the TOP theme. A number of Polish politicians will make a sharp statement in the address of Ukraine. The Polish foreign Ministry and Embassy in Kiev will pass angry notes of protest. That may be so, but a little not so” – wrote Gerashchenko.
The official expressed belief that Ukrainian nationalists sure are irrelevant to these facts.
“That was hired for little money the citizens of Ukraine, according to the plan developed in Moscow. The purpose of the plan is simple – to introduce discord in the Ukrainian-Polish relations are currently not in the best condition, penipu – the worse the Ukrainians and the poles, the more they will hate each other, the better for Putin’s Russia,” says the politician.
Gerashchenko added that has no doubt that in Poland after the desecration of the graves concluded that Poland is also a victim in “undeclared hybrid war”.
With the beginning of the year in the Lviv region were committed acts of vandalism against the monument to the poles who died in the village of Huta penyatskaya Brody district, then unknown painted the building of the Consulate General of Poland in Lviv. This is the third act of vandalism.
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