MOSCOW, January 30. The Ministry of culture of Russia offered the option of employment to the producer Marek Kunkevich dismissed from the Polish channel TVP for apologizing to the head of Department Vladimir Medinsky after his interview in the Studio. About it reported in a press-service of the Ministry of culture.
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“Director of the Russian-Polish center of dialog and consent Yuri Bondarenko had already expressed willingness to take Marek Kunkevich on the position of the expert”, – noted in press service. In the Ministry of culture emphasized that the Department believes “action of the Polish channel TVP violation of freedom of speech and a cynical exercise in censorship”.
The incident in Poland
On January 27 during his visit to Poland in international memory day of Holocaust victims Medinsky gave an interview to the evening program TVP, which leads Maria przelomiec.
At the end of the conversation the host asked him a question about the bas-relief depicting Ivan Chernyakhovsky, who dismantled the city Pieniężno. General “kill the representatives of the Army,” said Palomar. Medinsky has denied the allegation that a leading said that the warlord killed her grandfather.
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According to Medina, Palomar after the transfer has admitted that made up a story about the execution of his grandfather by General Chernyakhovsky. “When the broadcast ended I asked: “Give me the order of execution of your grandfather, I will come to the grave worship”. She said with a smile: “You know, my grandfather died many years later, somewhere in Siberia, I said that for imagery,” he said. – So here for imagery to form a view about Russia and Russians in Poland. Unfortunately.”
Later, the producer TVP sent to the Russian Embassy in Poland a letter of apology, which was asked to convey to the Russian Minister. In his message he assured that the interview was organized “with good intentions”. “But there are human weaknesses that are not subject to us,” said Kuncevich. “The improvement in bilateral relations not to be like this”, he added.