His words are quoted by RIA Novosti.

He reminded the Polish authorities that the official name of the Russian city is Kaliningrad. According to him, the city will retain its name, regardless of the fantasies of the Polish authorities.

"Putting such road signs, they should be consistent and replace road signs in a number of other cities, such as Danzig, Swinemünde, Wildenhagen and many more," Lyskov said.

Earlier it became known that the Commission for the Standardization of Geographical Names of Poland recommended that residents of the republic call the Russian city of Kaliningrad the Polish toponym "Królewiec".

On June 1, it became known that road signs were being replaced in Poland in the Warmia-Masurian Voivodeship. The Russian city of Kaliningrad is now listed on them as Królewiec.

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev reminded Poland of its past as part of the Russian Empire because of recommendations to "rename" the Russian city of Kaliningrad to Królewiec.