The Senator proposed to revise the relations of Russia and Poland after the desecration of monuments to the soldiers

The Senator proposed to revise the relations of Russia and Poland after the desecration of monuments to the soldiers


MOSCOW, January 17. First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Frants Klintsevich believes that Russia should review some moments in Russian-Polish relations in connection with acts of vandalism against monuments to Soviet soldiers.

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“Maybe you should reconsider some points in Russian-Polish relations. At least the Polish leaders should be aware that acts of vandalism (to memory) of dead Soviet soldiers immediately followed by a harsh response – and not only on the level of protests of the foreign Ministry,” he said on Sunday to journalists, the Senator, commenting on the fact of desecration in Szczecin unknown Monument of gratitude to the red Army.

Klintsevich stressed that this “is not the first case of desecration in Poland of monuments to Soviet soldiers who saved the country from Nazi genocide.”

Earlier the Russian foreign Ministry said the Polish side the resolute protest in connection with the desecration of the Monument of gratitude to the red Army in Szczecin.

In Poland, disappeared or destroyed a third of the monuments of the red Army

According to Jerzy TICA, the founder and leader of the organization “Kursk”, which on a voluntary basis repairs in the Republic of memorials dedicated to Soviet soldiers, about one third of the monuments, set in Poland after the Second world war in memory of the exploits of the red Army, have disappeared or are gradually destroyed.

“The existing register of monuments does not correspond to their actual number. I think about one third do not already exist. Step by step they are being destroyed, dismantled and disappear. Comes to absurd situations, when the authorities explain the dismantling of the monument to its poor technical condition, although they themselves must take care of them”, he said.

According to Tyco, one of those memorials that have survived, less than half are in good condition, 30% in middle and 30% – in unsatisfactory. “The technical condition of many cemeteries is catastrophic,” he said.