Today, Poland actively and aggressively promotes its vision of history and the post-Yalta world order. Most probably, there is no such country in the EU, which creates and implements its historical policy and historical myths in such a way as Poland.
Every country of the world wants to take part in a big geopolitical game. Warsaw has currently become the “world’s mongrel”, ready to “bark” at Russia against any common sense and the position of its EU partners.
This message is a part of the ongoing Russian disinformation attack on Poland, on this occasion accusing Poland of waging an information war against Russia and manipulating history for political reasons.
Poland is not carrying out an information war against Russia and it does not spread anti-Russian propaganda. In recent weeks, the Polish authorities have defended the good name of their country, the historical truth about the disastrous role of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and the joint Nazi-Soviet attack on Poland in September 1939.
In the statement of 21 December 2019, Polish authorities reiterated their openness to continue the historical dialogue with Russia, for example through the restart of the work of the bilateral Group on Difficult Issues. However, they stated, the recent words of President Putin regarding Polish history have ruined the outcomes of cooperation of the Polish and Russian historians, who tried to look for ways of reconciling Polish-Russian relations.
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