“For many years, representatives of Warsaw have undermined the work of experts and bilateral relations ... Aggressive rhetoric, the demolition of monuments to the fighters against fascism, the singing role in the adoption of EU anti-Russian sanctions are direct evidence of this,” TASS quoted her as saying.
Earlier, the Polish Foreign Ministry expressed the view that the statements of the Russian authorities, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, regarding the events of the Second World War, represent a "false picture of events."
On December 19, Putin announced during a major press conference that Soviet troops entered Poland in 1939 “after the Polish government lost control of its armed forces and what is happening on the territory of the country.”
On December 11, the Russian leader at a meeting of the Pobeda organizing committee called for truthful talk about the events of the Great Patriotic War in response to attempts by some countries and international institutions to distort historical facts.