Polish prime minister wants to discuss Bandera with Schmygal

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Polish prime minister says he is against even mentioning Bandera

Morawiecki says Poland has a negative attitude towards even mentioning Bandera.

This was reported by the PAP publication.

According to this information, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that he would talk about the ideologist of Ukrainian nationalists, Stepan Bandera, with his Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal. According to Morawiecki, Poland is extremely critical of any glorification of the OUN (b) leader.

This statement was made in the context of the fact that on 1 January, on Bandera's birthday, a photo of the Ukrainian armed forces' commander-in-chief Valeriy Zaluzhny appeared in the Verkhovna Rada's account with a portrait of the OUN (b) leader in the background. No such post now appears in the Rada's accounts.

Morawiecki stated:

We are extremely critical, very, very negative about any glorification or even mention of Bandera.

Moravetsky called Bandera "an ideologue of criminal times, times of war", when "these terrible Ukrainian crimes" took place.

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