Polish-Ukrainian relations is now in question, said the leader of the Polish ruling party, law and justice Jaroslaw Kaczynski. This was reported by Polish Radio.
The Polish politician added that the future of these relations depends on what will be the attitude of Ukraine to the history, in particular, the Ukrainian insurgent army.
“It is still unclear whether the will of Ukraine in the direction that Poland is unacceptable, that is, support its historical legitimacy on the tradition of the Ukrainian insurgent army, on the traditions of organization that have committed horrendous crimes against the poles, or to abandon this path,” said Jaroslaw Kaczynski.
22 July 2016, the Sejm of Poland recognized the Volyn tragedy of genocide. President Petro Poroshenko expressed regret in this regard.
The Polish-Ukrainian conflict of the 1940s, the years known as the Volyn tragedy. It is a bilateral ethnic clashes between Ukrainian and Polish population, committed in 1943 during the Second world war the UPA on one side and Army on the other.