On the social network, Zvarych indicated that any attempt to impose on the Ukrainian president or on Ukraine itself “what we should do in relation to our common past is unacceptable and upsetting.”
According to the ambassador, kyiv is ready for dialogue and mutual understanding, but he called for respect and balance in the statements, writes RIA Novosti.
We recall, earlier, the representative of the Polish Foreign Ministry Lukasz Yasina said that the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky should apologize to the Poles for the Volyn massacre. In his opinion, this step will help improve relations between the two countries. Yasina also pointed out that there is a lack of responsibility on the part of Ukraine.
The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova reacted to this statement. She noted that Zelensky did not have time to apologize to Poland for the Volyn massacre, since the Donbas massacre had not yet ended.