Saturday, May 2, 2015

Polish general renounced support for Ukraine

Polish general renounced support for Ukraine
17/04/2015
Polish Gen. Waldemar Skshypchak.

"Ukraine has no such military capability that could defeat the separatists"

"I renounce all that before talking about the support of Ukraine", - he said in an interview with Gazeta Prawna, General Waldemar Skshypchak in the past - the commander of the Land Forces and Deputy Defense Minister of Poland. According to him, there is no more reason to believe that Ukraine is considered to be Poland. This reaction is due to the adoption of General Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada of the law with the glorification of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army officials, who are responsible for killing 100,000 civilians Poles Volyn massacre during 1943-1944. The vote on this law was just after on the podium Ukrainian parliament Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski was effusive compliments Kiev.

"UPA killed my uncle, nailed to the barn door, he died three days later - said the publication Skshypchak. - Their savagery beyond human imagination. Even the Nazis did not come up with anything like did Ukrainians. In addition, the murder of Poles Ukrainians began not in 1943 but in September 1939. Who knew that when our soldiers retreated to Hungary and Romania, were attacked by armed Ukrainian gangs? I would like to know what the future builds president Petro Poroshenko, on what basis - the bloodthirsty nationalism? It's horrible. Ukrainians should get rid of nationalism, otherwise their cooperation with the Poles would be very difficult, almost impossible. "

Earlier, the general said that "Ukraine needs a weapon." As aired in January of this year Polskie Radio dla zagranicy, Skshypchak said that Ukrainians need to arms for offensive operations, particularly tanks. "We have tanks in excess, we can provide repair and Ukraine. On one condition, that we will give tanks with ammunition, because they have to be able to fight with Russian tanks, "- said the general. He added that the sooner Ukraine will have a weapon, the better, because the strengthening of the Ukrainian army will quickly launch the peace negotiations, and sanctions on the Kremlin "does not impress." 

Former commander of the Polish Land Forces noted that "Ukraine has no such military capabilities, which could overcome the separatists."

REGNUM: http://www.regnum.ru/news/polit/1916399.html#ixzz3Z0HknxwS

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