Mateusz Morawiecki believes that Hitler committed his crimes “thanks to Stalin”. The Polish Prime Minister said that Vladimir Putin has repeatedly lied about Poland.
The Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “a lot of times lied about Poland,” always doing this “deliberately”. This statement is contained in the statement Moravcova, published on the official website of the head of the Polish government on Sunday, December 29. Lies with the Russian side will usually come in cases where “the Russian government is feeling the international pressure associated with their activities,” said Polish Prime Minister.
Moravicki reminded that Poland is the first to have experienced the aggression of Nazi Germany, and that Poland was the first country “who fought for the defence of free Europe.” Without the complicity of then-Soviet leader Joseph Stalin the partition of Poland without natural resources, which Stalin supplied Hitler, the national socialists would not have been able to take Europe under their control, also claims Moravicki. “Thanks to Stalin, Hitler was able with impunity to conquer a new country and to send the Jews to the ghetto” – wrote the Polish Prime Minister.
Putin called the Ambassador of Poland to Nazi Germany “scum” and “anti-Semitic pig”
Statements Moravcova related to the recent Putin’s words, said during his press conference on December 19. Then the Russian head of state said that Poland “itself participated in the partition of Czechoslovakia”, and Soviet troops entered Poland after “the Polish government has lost control over its armed forces and what is happening in the country”. Later Putin in harsh terms responded about after Poland in Nazi Germany, Jozef Lipski, who, according to the head of the Russian Federation, supported the idea of Hitler to deport the Jews to Africa. “Bastard, pig anti-Semitic – another way to say it is impossible,” – said Putin.
After the last words of Putin in the foreign Ministry of Poland had summoned the Russian Ambassador in Warsaw Sergey Andreev. Poland “harshly” expressed “their objections to false historical statements of high-ranking Russian officials”, said the Deputy head of Polish foreign Ministry Marcin PSIDC. Russia is trying to diminish “his responsibility for the destruction of the world in Europe,” he said.
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