Polish diplomat lost his job after demanding an apology from Zelensky for the Volyn massacre

Representative of the Polish Foreign Ministry Yasina was sent on indefinite leave after the words about the Volyn massacre

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The representative of the Polish Foreign Ministry, Lukas Yasina, was sent on indefinite leave after he demanded that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky apologize to the Poles for the Volyn massacre. radio station RMF FM reported that the diplomat would not return to the service.

“Lukash Yasina was officially sent on vacation, but only indefinitely,” the message says.

The source of the radio station said that Yasina will not return from indefinite leave to work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The diplomat lost his job due to a call to Zelensky to take responsibility and ask for forgiveness from the Poles for the Volyn massacre. Yasina said that Poland lacks these apologies from Ukraine.

Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland Vasily Zvarich answered for the Ukrainian president. He stated that no one has the right to force the Ukrainian side to apologize for anything. The Poles called him the “Bandera dog” and offered to expel him from the country.


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