The villagers Sagrini Lublin province of Poland called the police after hearing the greeting “Glory to Ukraine!” from the lips of the representative of the Ukrainian delegation. It is reported Dziennik Wschodni.
On 10 March, the delegation, which included Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Andriy Deshchytsia, Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Vasily Bodnar and regional authorities in the Lviv and Volyn oblasts, visited the village to honour the memory of murdered Polish Army in 1944, the Ukrainian nationalists.
First Deputy Chairman of Volyn regional Council Alexander Pirozek concluded his speech with the greeting “Glory to Ukraine!” what some of the audience said the phrase “glory to the Heroes!”. Present at the event, the poles called the police.
Pirozek explained to law enforcement officials that “Stepan Bandera is for the Ukrainians the same national hero, as Jozef Pilsudski for the poles.” The police copied passport data of Eroica and left. The Prosecutor’s office determines has violated Ukrainian officials the law on the Institute of national remembrance, which provides for criminal liability for propaganda of the ideology of Ukrainian nationalists.
16 February it was reported that the Polish authorities started to ask Ukrainians applying for the right to stay in the country, about their attitude to the leader of the organization of Ukrainian nationalists (OUN banned in Russia), Stepan Bandera and the Ukrainian insurgent army (UPA prohibited in Russia). In case the applicant doubts his confession or his answer does not suit a government representative, his application will be denied.
Video, photo All from Russia.