Poland starts the procedures that do not allow the people who are set against Poland to enter the country, including the supporters of 14th SS-Volunteer Division 'Galicia'. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski as Wiadomosci reported.
'We start the procedures that will not allow the people set against Poland to arrive in the country', Waszczykowski is cited.
According to him, Poland and Ukraine have 'different conceptions of the reconciliation'.
'We realize the importance of Ukraine on geopolitical grounds but the Ukrainians know the importance of their state for our security but think that the problems that separate us, especially historical should remain in the background', Waszczykowski noted.
'At the moment we start the procedures that will not allow the people who take the extremely anti-Polish attitude to come to Poland. People, who demonstratively wear the 'SS Galicia' uniform will not enter Poland', he noted.
Waszczykowski emphasized that the restrictions will concern people who use the demonstrative tools and do not allow continuing the exhumation, renew the places of the Polish church service and so on.
Earlier Witold Waszczykowski claimed that president of Poland Duda will visit Kharkiv until the end of the year and will pay the attention to the aggressive role of Russian in Ukraine and confirm the support of Warsaw to Kyiv in the restoration of the destroyed infrastructure in Eastern Ukraine.
Polish Senate adopted the decree on the recognition of Volyn tragedy as genocide last summer. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine urged Polish parliament to not politicize Volyn tragedy.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski claimed that the Polish people are not afraid to discuss difficult issues. Later, the Foreign Ministries of Ukraine and Poland agreed to create the forum for the discussion of the joint history of both countries.