In the Senate of Poland looks forward to discussing with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation the demolition of Soviet monuments

© AP Photo / Czarek SokolowskiПамятник to Soviet soldiers in Warsaw, Poland. Archival photoIn the Senate of Poland looks forward to discussing with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation the demolition of Soviet monuments© AP Photo / Czarek Sokolowski

In the Polish Senate continue to hope for a meeting with the Russian Ambassador in Warsaw Sergey Andreev for a discussion of the demolition of Soviet monuments, despite the fact that involving the dismantling of monuments of the law has been adopted and signed by the President, informed RIA Novosti the representative of the upper house of Parliament Alexander Light.

The Russian Ambassador was invited to a meeting on the subject in the Senate, but it failed. The Polish foreign Ministry after the signing by President Andrzej Duda of the relevant law told RIA Novosti that the invitation Andreev in the Senate to discuss the current situation remains in force.

«Senators, representatives of Senate committees who were involved in adopted in June this year, the amendment to the law banning the promotion of communism or another totalitarian regime in the names of buildings, objects and subjects of public use, plan a meeting with the Ambassador of Russia», — said Light, noting that the date of such meeting is unknown, as currently in Parliament came a break.Do you support the proposal to introduce sanctions against Poland for the demolition of Soviet monuments?

  • Of course, for insulting the memory of the dead have to answer
  • It is necessary not just to impose sanctions and to break diplomatic relations
  • No, it is an internal affair of Poland
  • Don’t see the point: it will not affect the decision of Warsaw

Results

  • 53.7%

    Of course, for insulting the memory of the dead have to answer

  • 30.1%

    It is necessary not just to impose sanctions and to break diplomatic relations

  • 6.6%

    No, it is an internal affair of Poland

  • 9.6%

    Don’t see the point: it will not affect the decision of Warsaw

All proygressive

«The law is really passed, but there is always time to talk about the intentions of its adoption, to dispel doubts, moreover, that the law will come into force three months from the date of publication — that is in October of this year,» she said.

The President of Poland Andrzej Duda in mid-July signed amendments to the law on prohibition of propaganda of communism, which include the demolition of Soviet monuments in the country. The law shall enter into force three months from the date of signing. According to estimates of the Institute of national remembrance of Poland, responsible for the memorial work, a law on de-communization will affect about 230 monuments of the red army.

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