The Ukrainian foreign Ministry has condemned the act of vandalism against the Consulate General of Poland in Lviv. The Ministry considered the incident an attempt to “third party to harm the Ukrainian-Polish relations.” This reports the press service of the foreign Ministry.

“The consistency with which the criminals commit acts of vandalism and abuse, demonstrates the interest of a third party to harm the Ukrainian-Polish relations”, – stated in the message.

The foreign Ministry also noted that, together with the Polish side are working on a positive agenda of bilateral relations.

One example of this in the Ministry called the revitalization of the Ukrainian-Polish partnership forum, a working meeting of the Ukrainian part of which was held in Kiev on 7 February 2017.

On the night of 8 February, attackers wrote on the fence of the Consulate General of Poland in Lviv, the words “our land” and poured red paint on the facade of the building.

25 January 2017 in Bykovnya near Kiev were desecrated the Ukrainian and Polish memorials to victims of the NKVD. Earlier, on 10 January, a similar incident occurred in the village of Huta penyatskaya Lviv region, where unknown persons blew up a monument to poles killed by the Nazis in 1944.




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