The Deputy of the state Duma called the demolition of monuments in Poland, a desecration of the memory

© Photo : an account of the movement «Kursk» in the network FacebookПамятник Soviet soldiers in Mikolin, Poland. Archive photoThe Deputy of the state Duma called the demolition of monuments in Poland, a desecration of the memory© Photo : an account of the movement «Kursk» in the network Facebook

Poland’s decision to demolish the monument erected in honor of the red army, is a desecration of the memory of Soviet people who defended this country from the Nazis, said the head of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Leonid Slutsky.

Earlier it was reported that the Polish Sejm adopted amendments to the law on de-communization, which involve the demolition of around 500 monuments, «glorifying communism».

«This is further evidence of the rabid Russophobic policy, which became characteristic of most in the Polish Sejm. It’s all very annoying. The decision, in fact, a desecration of the memory of the defenders of the Soviet people, who defended Poland from the fascist hordes,» said Slutsky.

According to the MP, especially inappropriate to make such decisions, when Russia «pay tribute to the millions who gave their lives to liberate the world from the brown plague.»

The Deputy of the state Duma called the demolition of monuments in Poland, a desecration of the memory© RIA Novosti / Vitaly Podwyzki Bulldozer itching

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