Andreev noted that there is a huge amount of documents and in order to get acquainted with them, it takes time.
According to the ambassador, Warsaw reacts in a similar way to any statements of Russia on the Second World War, its premises, the beginning, the course, the liberation of Poland and so on.
“The problem is that, for the sake of the current political situation, within the framework of the so-called historical politics, the facts of history are interpreted and propped up in such a way as to prove certain historical postulates that often have no connection with history,” RIA Novosti quotes the Russian ambassador.
Earlier, Yablonsky, commenting on archival documents published by the Russian Ministry of Defense, criticized data on representatives of the Craiova Army who organized the Warsaw Uprising in September 1944. He called the publication "an attempt to rewrite history."