"It's not some mass phenomenon. There are different people in every country. In your assessments, you shouldn't rely on a few incidents. The most important thing is that most people understand how important independent Ukraine is. Not only for your country, but also for Poland," he said in an interview with the Novoe Vremya weekly.
Read alsoPolish MP: Only joint int'l efforts can stop Ukraine conflict – Radio PolandBalcerowicz is convinced that there are no anti-Ukrainian sentiments prevailing in Poland, and most Poles stand against Russia's aggression in Ukraine.