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Deportation of historian from Russia is hostile act, - Poland
15:12, 27 November 2017
Deportation of historian from Russia is hostile act, - Poland

Warsaw thinks that the reason for deportation is his research of Soviet regime

15:12, 27 November 2017

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Poland thinks that the deportation of Henryk Glebocki from Russia is hostile act towards the scientists that research the issue of the oppression of the Poles by the Soviet Union. Antoni Macierewic, the Minister of National Defense for Poland claimed this as Polska Agencja Prasowa reported.

According to Macierewic, the deported historian researched the Crimea of the Soviet regime against the Poles and it became the ground for the deportation.

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‘It is a famous historian who particularly researched the issue concerning the security bodies of the Soviet state, he deeply studied this body and that is why I think it is a hostile act towards the historians who show the level of the dependence and oppression of the Poles by the Soviet Union. I explain it this way’, he claimed.

The Polish Minister added that such figures as Glebocki ‘who reveal the reality of the Soviet totalitarian system are unfavorable’.  

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As we reported Henryk Glebocki, the historian from Poland was detained in Moscow by FSB and expelled from Russia after his lecture in Saint Petersburg on the Red Terror. The grounds for the deportation are not reported.

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