Foreign Minister of Poland Witold Waszczykowski believes that Ukraine may soon face “real problems,” and Warsaw can come out as Ukraine’s “attorney” in EU to help it settle those problems.
“We still tolerate but other European countries, for instance, Hungary and Romania, openly speak against Ukraine. The NATO - Ukraine Commission at the level of foreign ministers will not convene in December. Instead, a meeting with Georgia will be held,” Nasz Dziennik newspaper reports quoting the Polish diplomat.
According to the minister, Warsaw is trying to explain Ukrainians that they may face real problems and that Poland can help them. “We are waiting for their response,” Waszczykowski said.
He emphasized that Warsaw will never equate Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UIA, banned in Russia) and Armia Krajowa (AK). “AK had never waged a policy of exterminating the population in the territories where war was waged against Nazi occupants, whereas UIA did. It was documented,” he said.
A day earlier, Witold Waszczykowski said Kiev should apply state ideology and stop glorifying Ukrainian Insurgent Army. The minister is sure that national heroes were members of the Heavenly Hundred and “ATO” participants in Donbass.