No free Poland without free Ukraine – deputy of Sejm
The deputy of the Polish Sejm, Marek Rzasa, has said Poland and Ukraine should look forward to the future and prevent domination of extreme views, the press service of the Institute of Democratization and Development NGO reports, according to ACC news outlet.
"We all know about the historical vicissitudes that have been out there between Poland and Ukraine, but, to my personal conviction, we have to look forward to the future, not forgetting those tragic historical events,” he said, addressing via Skype the participants of the "Intermarium: from Informational Project to Civilizational Reality" international forum held in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, ACC reported.
“There is no free Ukraine without free Poland and there is no free Poland without a free Ukraine!" said the Polish deputy.
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