Ukrainian general threatens Poland with uprising of migrant workers

Ukrainians working in Poland can 'grip hold of stakes" if Poles begin to settle historical scores. This was stated by the former Minister of Defense of Ukraine Army General Alexander Kuzmuk on the air of the TV channel "112 Ukraina".

According to the commander, "history needs to be known, but it is impossible to settle scores".

Warsaw regularly reminds Kiev of the events of the Volyn massacre and the activities of the leaders of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych. However, Ukrainians also have something to remember, Kuzmuk stressed.

"If you recall history, 100, 200 years ago, even the King of Boleslaw 1000 years ago, we will recall so much that those million two hundred thousand Ukrainians who are now in Poland, maybe they will do something. Yes, this is the fifth Ukrainian front that went to Poland, and nothing will happen to it. And it will grip hold of stakes if we the recall all the Cossacks from Lvov to Kiev hanged," said the former defense minister.

The Senate of Poland adopted the "anti-Bandera" law on criminal responsibility for the propaganda of the ideology of Ukrainian nationalists and the allegation of the Poles' complicity with the Nazis during the Second World War. In Ukraine, this document is called "biased" and "absolutely unacceptable."

DONi News Agency