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Did Roman Shukhevych do something bad?

Original article by Denis Seleznev in Vzglyad
Translation by Alexander Fedotov

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On Friday, 17 June, in Kiev several dozen people picketed the Embassy of Poland with the aim to prevent the recognition of the massacre of Poles committed by the UPA [the Ukrainian Insurgent Army – a nationalist paramilitary fought against the Poles and the Soviets with many cases of collaboration with the Nazis – trans.] in 1943 as a genocide. Following their traditional way the nationalists propose to place all the blame on the Soviet government. Although in 1943 the region was under German rule, it was left out of the equation. But let’s have a close look at it.

“Neither the Germans nor the Soviet partisans were the participants of that massacre. They remain only the observers”

Almost every summer the Polish political circles come up with some new, special way to honour the memory of Poles who were victims of the Volyn [Polish: Wołyń is a historic region in Central and Eastern Europe straddling Poland, Ukraine and Belarus – trans.] massacre in 1943. This year was not an exception.

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