BANDERA CHECK

The Poles decided to use a new red rag for Kiev. In Poland, they began to screen out Ukrainians entering this country, conducting a survey among them about the attitude to Bandera, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, and the Volyn massacre.
As informs Rzeczpospolita, Ukrainians who applied for the right of stay in Poland dot problems. If the person being questioned expresses nationalistic sympathies, the Polish authorities will not approve the questioning or simply the reply of the applicant, he will be denied the right to enter Poland.
One such unruly comrade, despite his Polish roots, has already been banned from visiting the homeland of his ancestors. When asked about his atti-tude towards the UIA, he said that “everyone has his own truth.” And paid a price for this answer. According to the representative of the Polish authorities, “this answer means that a citizen of Ukraine knows about the activities of the UIA, but he does not want to speak badly about an organization that is con-sidered heroic in Ukraine.” Now those who want to live in Poland will have to prepare in advance and convincingly come out with the condemnation of Ban-dera.
All this, of course, will only complicate the Polish-Ukrainian relations, which are far from to be desired. But in Warsaw they decided to strictly adhere to the legislative initiative, which they themselves offered.
Recall, on February 1 in Poland adopted a law on the Institute of Na-tional Memory. The document establishes criminal responsibility for denying the participation of Ukrainian nationalists and members of Ukrainian organi-zations that collaborated with the Nazi regime in crimes against the Poles in the period from 1925 to 1950. Punishment for violation of the law provides for a fine or imprisonment for up to three years. In response, the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada adopted a “probandera” law on the Polish Institute of Na-tional Memory.
And six months ago, Kiev imposed a ban on the exhumation of the re-mains of Polish victims of wars and conflicts that took place on the territory of Ukraine.
And do not laugh. It’s not fantasy. This is real.

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