“What is happening today in Europe, and first of all in the Polish leadership, which pursues a strict Russophobic policy, does not fit into any historical canons, realities and traditions. And what they invited to, as they write, a “celebration”, the beginning of the Second World War, for Russia and the former USSR countries this is not a “celebration”, this is the beginning of the Second World War. Where tens of millions of inhabitants of not only the Soviet Union, but also many countries died. And this is a memorable date, this is the memory of the dead people, ”said Vodolatsky.
The deputy also noted that, without inviting Russia, "Poland distorts historical reality."
Earlier it became known that Poland considered the position of Russia inappropriate "historical truth".