Maria Zakharova Photo: Vitaly Belousov / RIA Novosti
Poland decided not to invite Russia to the events dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second world war, in accordance with the position of NATO, said the official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova. Her words leads RIA Novosti.
“There was a classic campaign, I’m absolutely sure of it because I have the relevant data according to a predetermined in the bowels of the NATO training plans, all this was done. All this information campaign and she had this absolutely disgraceful and very dangerous refraction in Warsaw,” Zakharova said during a speech at the Eastern economic forum.
She stressed that the events in Poland had become “a classic campaign of disinformation and rewriting of history.”
1 September in the Polish town of wieluń were held commemorative events dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second world war. The ceremony was attended by the presidents of Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Montenegro, the Prime Minister of Belgium, Vice-President of the United States and the delegation of dozens of other countries.
Russian President Vladimir Putin in the city was not invited: this was in Warsaw reported back in March of this year, stating that the decision was made on the basis of “modern, not historical realities.” In the Kremlin, the actions of the Polish party condemned, stressing that any memorial events dedicated to this event cannot be considered complete without the participation of Moscow.
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