For the development of a new design Polish passports will probably be worth the Warsaw’s intention to assert its territorial claims to Kiev. This opinion was expressed by first Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Frants Klintsevich, reports “the parliamentary newspaper”, Tuesday, 8 Aug.
“Poland, in fact, intend to assert their territorial claims to Ukraine, and its Ministry of foreign Affairs [of Ukraine] in response expressed concern about the development of “strategic Polish-Ukrainian partnership,” the Senator said.
He commented on the message that on the eve of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry handed a note of protest to Polish Ambassador Jan Pieklo. The reaction was followed after it became known about the plans of the Polish authorities to place on the pages of the new passport picture of the chapel rotunda at the Lychakiv cemetery in Lviv. Document the Polish authorities intend to release in 2018.
May 30, Archbishop of the Lviv Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church Mieczyslaw Mokrzycki said that the armed conflict in the Donbass is a way to punish the Ukrainians for the mass murder of poles during the Second world war. The priest also urged Ukrainians to repent for the Volyn massacre.
Lychakiv cemetery in Lviv — one of the oldest in the country. Since 1991, this historical and memorial Museum-reserve. One part of the complex is dedicated to the Polish uprising of 1863 (the”rebels ‘ Hill”), which developed in the territory now part of Ukraine, and ended in its suppression.