Changes in the Polish law on the Institute of national memory to leave space for manipulation. This is stated in the statement of the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin on the page in Facebook.
“There is a space for manipulation, remains the space to attack on freedom of speech and freedom of thought,” he wrote.
Klimkin stressed that “this legislation is bad for all, primarily for Poland and poles.”
The Minister also commented on the closure case against the historian Grigoriy Kupriyanovich, calling the decision “a victory for common sense”.
We will remind, criminal proceedings against Ukrainian historian Grigoriy Kupriyanovich was opened because of the question in Sahrani at the unveiling of the local Ukrainians, who in 1944, victims of the punitive actions of the home Army.
The case was opened under article 133 of the criminal code of Poland concerning public insults the Polish people. Under this article punishment in the form of deprivation of liberty for a term up to 3 years.