Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski has stated that Ukraine should think about why it pushes off one of its last allies. He said this in an interview with Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, - Yevropeyska Pravda reports with reference to TVN 24.
"We are not sure whether the strategic partnership with Poland remains a goal for Kyiv," - Waszczykowski said.
He expressed outrage that there is no progress "even in the simplest cases" in relations with Ukraine.
As an example, he mentioned information about "Polish, Nazi and Soviet occupation" in Prison at Łąckiego Lviv Museum.
"In 2017, we still have churches in Lviv that still serve as concert halls", - the head of Polish diplomacy was indignant.
According to him, all these issues are easy to solve. And given that Russia can win in this situation, Waszczykowski advised the Ukrainian party to answer the question, "why Ukraine brushes off one of the last allies in the face of armed aggression".