In the state Duma proposed to break diplomatic relations with Poland

State Duma Deputy from the Communist party Nikolai Kharitonov urged to sever diplomatic relations with Poland because of the law on the demolition of monuments to the red army. About this newspaper “Izvestia” on Wednesday, July 5.

In particular, the Communists proposed to withdraw from Warsaw, the Russian Ambassador and “expelled” from Moscow to the representative of the Polish dipvedomstva. In addition, according to him, the Russian side should stop trade relations with Poland.

First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir dzhabarov believes that the rupture of diplomatic relations a measure of last resort. “There are other possibilities to convince the Polish government to renounce it. It is necessary to conduct persistent negotiations and possible sanctions to use,” the Senator said in comments to RT.

30 June it was reported that the state Duma and Knesset of Israel will adopt a joint statement condemning the destruction of monuments to Soviet soldiers in Europe. The appeal will be forwarded to the parliaments of the EU countries and inter-parliamentary organizations.

On 22 June, the Polish Sejm adopted amendments to the law on prohibition of propaganda of communism, which include, in particular, the demolition of Soviet monuments throughout the country.

Actions of Warsaw has condemned a series of Russian politicians, in particular, Deputy speaker of the lower house of Parliament Irina Yarovaya, and Ivan Melnikov, a state Duma Deputy from the Communist party Alexander Yushchenko. Legislators fear that the Polish authorities are moving towards the revival of Nazism.