‘Robert Choma, the Major of Przemysl was not allowed to enter Ukraine a year ago. Then the same incident took place with the Polish professor from Lublin. And then there was a respond from Poland and Svyatoslav Sheremet was banned from entry to Poland’, Pieklo said.
The diplomat thinks that it would be better to set the direct communication system and discuss the desirability of the stay in the country of a particular person.
‘Because of such incidents as with the Major of Przemysl, the Polish professor and Sheremet are beneficial for the marginal elements that want to spoil the relations between Poland and Ukraine’, the ambassador emphasized.
As we reported Mateusz Morawiecki, the new Prime Minister of Poland, in his first day of office said that the relations with Ukraine should be built on historical truth, and such events as “genocide in Volyn” can’t be forgotten.
Also, he claimed that Poland by receiving Ukrainian refugees helps unload the tension in the Eastern flank of the EU. Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine responded that the Ukrainians save the Polish economy since a lot of Ukrainians work there.