Poland entered into a conspiracy with fascist Germany, and Russia has at its disposal documents about how they had negotiated.
The UK Counter-Terrorism Police consider a tattoo with the image of the Ukrainian “Trident” a sign of belonging to an extremist group. Before becoming Ukraine’s official symbol, “trident” traditionally used to be a symbol of radical Ukrainian nationalism.
This case is based on a guide, issued in June 2019, created for British police and used by the Prevent scheme (to combat radicalisation), to identify and understand symbols and organisations they may encounter. Among the symbols, the Ukrainian "tryzyb" appears as a tattoo in the guide under the heading "symbols commonly associated with white supremacy".
On 19th January 2020, the Ukrainian Embassy in the United Kingdom demanded that the country's coat of arms be removed from the guide and called for an official apology. The following day, the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Kyiv apologised for the British police’s decision to include the "tryzub" in the manual distributed to medical staff and teachers as part of anti-extremism briefings. After a meeting with civil servants of the Ukrainian Embassy to the UK, British police made the decision to remove the symbol in question from the manual.