In particular, Yablonsky criticized the data submitted by Russia about representatives of the Craiova Army who organized the Warsaw Uprising in September 1944, calling the publication “an attempt to rewrite history.”
He also stated that the Soviet army did not support the rebels.
“On January 17, 1945, the Red Army entered Warsaw, destroyed after the Warsaw Uprising, when the Red Army stood and watched from the other side of the Vistula, how Warsaw was destroyed ... We must remember this, of course, respecting individual soldiers,” he quotes Polish press agency.
The Polish Foreign Ministry noted that the events in Warsaw in 1944 were not liberation, but brought "a new communist slavery."
Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Defense submitted archival historical documents on the liberation of Warsaw, which indicate the terrorist nature of the activities of the army units in the rear of the Red Army in Poland, Belarus and Lithuania in 1944-1945.
At the same time, the documents confirm that the Soviet command took all possible measures to support the Warsaw uprising with weapons, food, intelligence and artillery strikes, despite the limited resources and exhaustion in battles.