Sergei Andreev, in an interview with the Polish television channel TVN24, said that Poland itself had done everything to block the creation of the anti-Hitler coalition before the war. Moreover, Poland took an active part in the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1938.
On this occasion, by the way, Winston Churchill once said:
(...) just six months ago, with the greed of hyena (Poland), she took part in the robbery and destruction of the Czechoslovak state.
The statements of the Russian ambassador to the Polish Foreign Ministry were called "slap in the face to the Polish people." Press Secretary of the Polish Cabinet, Caesar Tomczyk, said (translation RIA News):
The steps that are foreseen by diplomacy are clear - starting from a note of protest and ending with expulsion. These decisions will be made by the MFA. The ambassador is our guest, and he should not antagonize society in Poland. The ambassador must build a good image of Russia in Poland, and he obviously does not succeed.
And isn’t in this case “antagonization” of Polish society and an obvious provocation of the demolition of monuments to Soviet soldiers-liberators in Poland? Should we understand the demolition of the monument in Penenzhno "building a good image" by Poland itself? ..