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the statements of Vladimir Zelensky on the guilt of the USSR in the outbreak of the Second world war only cause regret, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
He also noted that he does not know whether the Ukrainian leader after his statements invited to Moscow for the may 9 Parade.
“I can only repeat that such statements but regret and misunderstanding did not cause. Everything else is to be determined”, – quotes its RIA Novosti.
Vladimir Zelensky in the course of his visit to Poland stated that the country “first felt the conspiracy of totalitarian regimes.” According to him, Europe and the world in General “have no right to remain silent, as it was in 1939”.
Member of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Sergei Tsekov suggested that such statements Zelensky is pushing the most aggressive and nationalist sentiments of the Ukrainian society. The Senator stressed that Ukraine can not abandon its past, and attempt to find new allies in the face of Poland leads the country “going nowhere.”
Poland wants to pass a law against the “Russian interpretation of history,” the Head of the Israeli foreign Ministry thanked the Soviet soldiers for the liberation of Auschwitz