Ukraine supports the initiative to revise the law on the Polish Institute of National Memory and counts on the revision of the provision on Ukrainians. This was announced at the opening ceremony of the memorial to Ukrainians who died at the hands of the Polish "peasant battalions" and units of the Army Kraiova in 1944, by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
"We support the initiative to reconsider the known changes in the Polish legislation on the Institute of National Memory and we expect that the situation concerning the evaluation of Ukrainians will also be revised," he said.
We recall, the opening of the memorial took place in the Polish village of Sagryn. Petro Poroshenko together with the Ukrainian community of Poland prayed for the Ukrainians who died in March 1944 during the conflict.
‘I haven't come emptyhanded. I am going to sing a law on disciplinary regulations of the National Police in your presence. The law determines powers of police officers and their principals, types of encouragement, disciplinary measures and their application. I am convinced that the full implementation of the Charter will bring the Police citizens’ trust and order within the police force. NABU and the State Criminal-Executive Service of Ukraine must abide the Charter,’ he said.
Reportedly, the Ukrainian Parliament adopted a law on Disciplinary Regulations of the National Police. 251 MPs voted positively for the law.