The Kremlin responded to the words of Zelensky the fault of the USSR at the beginning of the Second world

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the Kremlin categorically do not agree with the words of Vladimir Zelensky on the responsibility of the USSR for the outbreak of the Second world war. This statement was made by press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

“In this statement the President solidarities extremely incorrect, in our opinion, the point of view of Polish authorities,” he was quoted RT.

According to Peskov, such words insult the memory of people who gave their lives for the liberation of Europe from fascism. A Kremlin spokesman also questioned the fact that this interpretation of history is combined with the beliefs of millions of Ukrainians.

Earlier 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.

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