The Polish Government Tells The EU: ‘Don’t Allow Ukraine Into The European Union Until It Allows The Exhumation Of The Corpses Of Poles Murdered By Ukrainian Nationalists.’

The Polish government has stated recently that the EU should not allow Ukraine into the European Union until it allows for the exhumation for the corpses of Poles murdered by Ukrainian nationalists. As we read in Polskie Radio:

According to Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Paweł Jabłoński, the case of the Volyn crime should be resolved before Ukraine’s accession to the European Union. The politician referred to the words of the head of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance, Anton Drobowycz, who said in an interview that Kiev would not allow the exhumation of those killed during the Volhynian massacre because Poland had not renewed the devastated monument to the UPA soldiers in Podkarpacie.

Paweł Jabłoński emphasized on TVP Info that these words are inappropriate and harm Polish-Ukrainian relations. – Firstly: it is wrong to set conditions between partners. Secondly, there is no symmetry here. The victims of the crime deserve to be commemorated, they have the right to a burial, he pointed out.

“We don’t want to impose any conditions on anyone. I think we can reach an agreement,” said the deputy minister. He stated that it was hard for him to imagine that the matter would not be resolved before Ukraine joined the European Union.

After the Poles have sacrificed the most for Ukraine — with thousands of Poles giving their lives for Ukraine, millions of Ukrainian refugees being accepted into Poland, with tons of aids and weapons being sent to Ukraine from Poland — all Poland is asking for is to exhume the victims of Ukrainian nationalists, and Kiev says no. This tells us everything we need to know about Ukraine.