TASS quotes a Polish public figure:
The existing register of monuments does not correspond to their actual number. I think about one-third no longer exist. Step by step, they are destroyed, dismantled and disappear. It comes to absurd situations when the authorities explain the dismantling of the monument by its poor technical condition, although they themselves should take care of it.
It should be noted that the Kursk public organization was founded in Poland in 2012. During this time, members of the organization for their own money repaired 11 military memorials and two cemeteries.
The Red Army liberated my country from fascism. This is undeniable. My main goal is the struggle for peace and tranquility. If one nation begins to destroy the monuments of another nation, this means that there will be a great misfortune, a conflict. There is not a single person in the government of our country who could deal with this issue, objectively consider the interests of one and the other, resolve the situation, stop those gangs who are destroying monuments.