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The speaker of the Riigikogu (Parliament) of Estonia Henn Billwas accused Russia of trying to rewrite history. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
According to the politician, “the danger from the East will not be lost.” It is a challenge for both Estonia and Poland, which is also a member of the EU and NATO.
“We [Poland] connects similar historical events, shared values and a shared understanding of current risks in the security sphere. We have a common neighbour, Russia, which denies international law and international agreements and trying to rewrite history to suit their purposes,” said Pillois.
He added that he made recently in Poland accusations of the outbreak of the Second world war are an example of this. Billwas said that the Estonian authorities strongly condemn such activities. However, he thanked the allies for their contribution to the protection of the borders.
Previously, on 17 January it became known that the Russian defense Ministry has declassified documents about the Warsaw uprising, suppressed by the troops of the Third Reich. It follows that the Red army supported the rebels in all possible ways, and the population of Poland Soviet soldiers was met with genuine joy.
In 2019 Poland Russia was not invited to the event dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second world war, modern political context. According to the official version of Poland, the Soviet Union in September 1939 attacked the country together with Nazi Germany. The Polish government believes that Russia has a different perspective on the history of the world.
The German occupation ended in 1945 with Germany’s defeat on the anti-Hitler coalition. The red army drove the invaders from the territory of the USSR and Poland. January 17, 1945, was liberated Warsaw, and in February — almost the whole of Poland.
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