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Polish journalist: Crimea is a multinational territory in which the rights of absolutely all residents are respected.

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On the territory of Crimea, the rights of absolutely all nationalities are respected, RIA News a statement by the Polish journalist Mateusz Piskorski who visited the peninsula this month as part of the delegation.


Polish journalist: Crimea is a multinational territory in which the rights of absolutely all residents are respected.


“We actually saw, communicating with representatives of the Crimean Tatar population, other national communities, including the Poles, that only now Crimea has become such a multinational territory in which the rights of all, I emphasize, of all nationalities, all languages, including the Ukrainian minority, the Ukrainian community, those Crimeans who consider themselves Ukrainians ”,
Piskorsky said at a press conference in the Russian capital.

He stressed that the Western media often gives a distorted view of the Crimea.

“Unfortunately, the picture that the media, dominating in the countries of the West, the EU give us, is that they are trying to convince us that there seems to be a conflict between the Crimean Tatars and the leadership of the republic, as if the rights of certain religious and national communities were violated” - noted Piskorsky.

The publication reminds that a delegation of Polish journalists arrived in Crimea on January 18, where they "met with the authorities of the Republic and Russian journalists, familiarized themselves with the construction of the Kerch Bridge and the situation in the area of ​​interethnic and interfaith relations on the peninsula."
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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 25 January 2016 18: 43
    +1
    Yes, the Poles hesitated with their human rights, on our land.
    1. Pajamas
      Pajamas 25 January 2016 18: 49
      111
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Yes, the Poles hesitated with their human rights, on our land.

      Honestly, it’s not bad that sane people are coming to Crimea, I don’t see, they are coming to us, we can go to them, the main thing is that without advice, Russia is a multinational country, this is strength.
      1. Vend
        Vend 25 January 2016 18: 51
        23
        A drop wears away a stone, but very slowly.
      2. Vladimyrych
        Vladimyrych 25 January 2016 18: 51
        +9
        Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes. The more Polish Danians. And indeed Western.
        Look for deep meaning. Most likely they want to bargain for something in the fight against Berlin.
      3. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 25 January 2016 18: 53
        36
        Quote: Pajama
        Honestly, it’s not bad that sane people come to Crimea

        The Ukrainians will say that this was the wrong Polish journalist. The Poles are their "brothers", and this is clearly Putin bought. For cash.
        1. Nick
          Nick 25 January 2016 19: 05
          23
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Ukrainians will say that it was the wrong Polish journalist.

          And how long have we been bothered by the opinion of stubborn ruinian jumpers?
          1. NIKNN
            NIKNN 25 January 2016 19: 09
            +4
            Quote: Nick
            Quote: Ami du peuple
            Ukrainians will say that it was the wrong Polish journalist.

            And how long have we been bothered by the opinion of stubborn ruinian jumpers?

            In, in, they are also with the Jews of the same blood, but roamed the wilderness together, and dug up the black sea ... laughing they only have to listen to them ... yes
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 25 January 2016 19: 18
              12
              Polish journalist: Crimea is a multinational territory in which the rights of absolutely all residents are respected.

              One thing worries me: why only one journalist reported on the trip, but where is the opinion about the situation in Crimea and the entire delegation? Or will their official version be the exact opposite?
              1. Kamchatsky
                Kamchatsky 25 January 2016 21: 10
                +6
                And Volros number 2! And why in Moscow, and not in Warsaw?
              2. marna
                marna 25 January 2016 21: 11
                +4
                Quote: СРЦ П-15
                Or will their official version be the exact opposite?

                Either the opposite, or it (the version) will not be at all, like it was a private trip, or he will simply be fired from the publication where he works. It is noteworthy that this statement was made at a press conference in Moscow, and not in Warsaw. I’m very surprised if the Ukrainians do not get their bearings, as on Coca-Cola for the wrong map of Russia.
            2. BARKHAN
              BARKHAN 26 January 2016 00: 53
              +2
              Quote: NIKNN
              In, in, they are also with the Jews of the same blood, but roamed the wilderness together

              Come on?! belay I heard about the sea. But for the first time about kinship with God's chosen people!
              And of course in the Torah is this described in detail?
              Just like in the program "Wait for me," the relatives met ... I wonder if the professor knows? laughing
              Until this Polish journalist publishes his materials on central Polish channels, all this is a miserable bunch, no more.
        2. Strezhevchanin
          Strezhevchanin 25 January 2016 19: 28
          +1
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          but obviously Putin bought it

          Metropolitan Cyril coded, personally.
        3. Asadullah
          Asadullah 25 January 2016 19: 49
          +7
          Poles are their "brothers"


          Since when? Do not know the background of the Polish massacre in Volhynia? It just so happened, they cut each other. Bloody and merciless. Perhaps it was the bloodiest showdown in Europe in history when it was cut according to nationality, without particularly bothering with the war.
        4. Pilot
          Pilot 25 January 2016 21: 07
          +2
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Ukrainians will say

          They have spoken so much that no one is listening to them.
        5. Avantageur
          Avantageur 26 January 2016 00: 02
          0
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          The Ukrainians will say that this was the wrong Polish journalist. The Poles are their "brothers", and this is clearly Putin bought. For cash.

          Quote: Ami du peuple
          This more than concerns me - I myself am half Ukrainian and my roots are there.

          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Timely stuffing.
        6. LeftPers
          LeftPers 27 January 2016 07: 22
          +2
          Exactly, and the people with whom the Pole spoke, dressed as green polite people)))
      4. 97110
        97110 25 January 2016 19: 52
        +4
        Quote: Pajama
        Honestly, it’s not bad that sane people come to Crimea

        When sane, nothing is wrong. Unfortunately, personal experience, including, does not give hope for the "sanity" of natural Poles. They are more accustomed to fooling around in the likeness of Mr. And it pays better, you have to understand.
      5. The black
        The black 25 January 2016 20: 12
        10
        I agree, but will it not work out that in Russia they say one thing, they will come to Poland - the other, dare not to misinterpret?
      6. olegfbi
        olegfbi 25 January 2016 20: 16
        +6
        To the great regret, there are very few of those sane in the West and in Poland in particular! And even those who are, often just afraid to say a word, poshmashil them !!!
        1. alexng
          alexng 25 January 2016 20: 57
          +3
          Sane Poles in Poland are only in its eastern part, and that only that which borders Belarus. I was personally convinced of this when I had to drive across Poland from west to east - such a contrast struck my eyes right away.
          1. Tra-ta-ta
            Tra-ta-ta 25 January 2016 21: 18
            0
            I was convinced of this personally when I had to drive across Poland from west to east ..
            It is strange to read this from such "large shoulder straps" ..
            Next time go on foot so that there is more time for analysis ...
            Both in Szczecin, and in Krakow, and in Gdansk, and in иноwinoujцеc they treat us well; but Belarus does not smell here ..
            1. alexng
              alexng 26 January 2016 08: 21
              +2
              Actually, the time factor also plays. It was in 2004 and the trip was stopping, and when they found out that they were from Russia, it was here that everything was uncovered. I write about my personal experience and do not impose it on others. I have a sediment left ...
          2. olegfbi
            olegfbi 25 January 2016 21: 22
            +4
            Actually the people charged in Poland, just the inhabitants, are completely independent of the voivodship!
            But there are almost no politicians and journalists sane!
            1. linadherent
              linadherent 26 January 2016 09: 06
              +1
              Quote: olegfbi
              But there are almost no politicians and journalists sane!

              So the profession obliges! The journalist is the second oldest profession in the world. (First remember which one?) yes And politicians, among them are also full of representatives of the most ancient ... negative
        2. vvu-globus
          vvu-globus 25 January 2016 22: 31
          +4
          I catch a little in Polish and sometimes I go to their forums, they have enough adequate people.
      7. ivanych
        ivanych 25 January 2016 20: 28
        +3
        .... again, he was ranting in Moscow, and what he would write for himself and how it would present everything — this is the question, as they say: - his shirt is closer to his body. I would like to believe in the sincerity of his words.
      8. ksv1973
        ksv1973 25 January 2016 20: 38
        12
        Quote: Pajama
        ... Russia is a multinational country, this is the strength.

        At the very bull's eye, buddy!
        As it was in the 1950s: the boys of one yard were at enmity with the boys of the neighboring one, but united against those who were not from their quarter (district). Urban versus rural - it was worse than alien versus predator. What is the bottom line? And as a result, we have a lot of very beautiful people, in whose appearance ALL peoples living in our country are guessed. And these beautiful people honor the memory of their ancestors on bended knee, who broke the back of the fascist creature.
        Only respectful of each other’s customs, only remembering our ancestors, who died side by side, despite the nationality of the trench neighbor, in the Great Patriotic War. We, the former Soviet ones, will be able to stand up to their full height again. Without this memory we are nobody!
        1. Havoc
          Havoc 25 January 2016 20: 51
          +4
          And why in the 50s, in the 70s, the same thing happened, but for the rest I completely agree.
          1. rusmat73
            rusmat73 27 January 2016 09: 44
            +1
            hmm .. but in the 80s and 90s it was also yes , it’s true that the lawlessness began in the mid-90s ... but even nowadays, children are saying that streets also go to the streets to show off ...
      9. Blondy
        Blondy 25 January 2016 23: 04
        +4
        It was they who made such a statement in Crimea, but what will they say in Poland?
      10. Dimachrus
        Dimachrus 25 January 2016 23: 20
        +1
        Maybe sane or maybe just calculating senses that it’s time to tear the claws from the ship of the geysoyuz ;-)
      11. DedaSascha
        DedaSascha 27 January 2016 12: 44
        0
        Yeah, he said so in Crimea there. And he will come to Poland, he will turn the whole upside down. Swam, we know. The latest example is an interview of German journalists with GDP. The English version for Westerners is printed not quite the same as it actually was.
      12. solkhat
        solkhat 27 January 2016 22: 41
        0
        The more open Crimea is, the better for us. The world should know: Crimeans made a conscious choice.
      13. maxgod84
        maxgod84 28 January 2016 13: 27
        0
        it’s good that he didn’t come bzdenak Zapadlovsky))
    2. vlad66
      vlad66 25 January 2016 18: 52
      13
      And this is what the Pole says, maybe not everyone there rushed about with his head, that’s just what he’ll say interestingly in the West. And so much respect to him.
      The publication reminds that a delegation of Polish journalists arrived in Crimea on January 18, where they "met with the authorities of the Republic and Russian journalists, familiarized themselves with the construction of the Kerch Bridge and the situation in the area of ​​interethnic and interfaith relations on the peninsula."

      Let’s see what the dill will yell, probably it will be embraced by the enemies of Ukraine. hi
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 25 January 2016 18: 55
        11
        Quote: vlad66
        it says the Pole, so maybe not everyone there rummaged with his head

        It’s just that this Pole, apparently, doesn’t work in the central mass media; in the central mass media they would explain the party’s policy. smile
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 25 January 2016 19: 04
          23
          Quote: Vladimirets
          the central ones would have explained to him the politics of the party.
          And what about the central mass media. Apparently, he has a soul like the wind. This is the hero.
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 25 January 2016 19: 07
            +6
            Quote: Thunderbolt
            Apparently, he has a soul like the wind. This is this hero.

            This is understandable, just that politicians and journalists who are not "in power" have a better brain. yes
            1. Thunderbolt
              Thunderbolt 25 January 2016 19: 25
              +7
              And ordinary people in general with brains are doing well. They are not politicians and not even journalists of the central media. And when a strange man covered in yellow and blue came to them, they called him "Bandera" and began to chant "Russia, Russia !!!" In May of this year, it was before the march of all the bikers to Berlin. Apparently, their grandparents explained well that it was not Bandera who released them, but the Russian Ivan in a thirty-four.
              1. Thunderbolt
                Thunderbolt 25 January 2016 19: 28
                13
                Oh, the movie didn't stick in the post.
                1. kil 31
                  kil 31 25 January 2016 20: 54
                  +6
                  No wonder. Slovaks are known for waging a guerrilla war in World War II. They still do not like Czechs, because they sat on the priest exactly. Although it was believed that one country is Czechoslovakia. They remember what Majdanek and Auschwitz-Birkenau are.
              2. vovanpain
                vovanpain 25 January 2016 19: 34
                27
                Quote: Thunderbolt
                And ordinary people in general with brains are doing well. They are not politicians and not even journalists of the central media. And when a strange man covered in yellow-blue came to them, they called him "Bandera" and began to chant "Russia, Russia !!!" In May of this year, it was before the march of all the bikers to Berlin. Apparently, their grandparents explained well that it was not Bandera who freed them, the Russian Ivan in a thirty-four.

                This is how in Germany they accept Zhovto Blaktny (click) fellow
        2. Asadullah
          Asadullah 25 January 2016 19: 55
          +8
          Just this Pole, apparently, does not work in the central media


          Not in this case. Relations with the Russian Federation in the United States have grown from an indisputable state into a controversial one. From this, the Englishwoman began to spit on diarrhea, and the media no longer pick up an anti-Russian wave on the machine. There are no go-aheads, and while some look around in bewilderment, others are ahead in zeal, and others are trying to express what they think.
    3. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 25 January 2016 19: 12
      +6
      What did you read the article about? The Polish journalist did not see human rights violations in Crimea (what he will say in his homeland is another question). And you- "Poles hesitated .." What exactly did the author get you?
      1. Dembel77
        Dembel77 25 January 2016 19: 38
        +5
        Polish journalist: Crimea is a multinational territory in which the rights of absolutely all residents are respected.
        And he thought that we have Stalingrad in the Crimea or what? Right now I came, looked and thought: "Nobody will believe at home anyway." And it is not generally accepted in Europe to write the truth about Russia (and even more so about Crimea). Articles with an opinion different from the official one are not welcome in Europe. So the Polish article "Crimea is a multinational territory", we most likely will not see.
    4. Sharapov
      Sharapov 25 January 2016 20: 13
      0
      Here he said one thing - he would come to Warsaw - he would sing differently ... This is Poles ...
    5. 79807420129
      79807420129 25 January 2016 20: 23
      12
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Yes, the Poles hesitated with their human rights, on our land.

      Dear, I think that such visits are very necessary, so that they could see with their own eyes that in Crimea, invaders do not stand on every meter with machine guns and whips, do not infringe on anyone, that the Crimeans tell the truth directly to everyone’s eyes, it’s another matter that there’s not they will tell the journalist truthfully, but the water sharpens the stone. hi
    6. Sergelis
      Sergelis 25 January 2016 20: 51
      +4
      Well, you drive all the Poles. I have a Pole boss, quite sane, in the summer the Crimea plans with his family
    7. Firstvanguard
      Firstvanguard 28 January 2016 13: 58
      0
      Oh .. You’re a risky man, Mateus, good luck to you friend.
  2. Electrical
    Electrical 25 January 2016 18: 46
    +3
    this is what they say in our country, but at home: Crimea occupied territory
  3. Altona
    Altona 25 January 2016 18: 48
    +2
    How can the rights be violated NOW if many nationalities have always lived there? For some reason, the Greeks, Germans and Jews are not mentioned.
    1. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 25 January 2016 18: 53
      +3
      Turkey is behind the Crimean Tatars, and the Germans and the Jews themselves, who cares?
      1. EvgNik
        EvgNik 25 January 2016 19: 10
        10
        Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
        Turkey is behind the Crimean Tatars, and the Germans and the Jews themselves, who cares?

        You are wrong, Michael. Russia has always been a multinational state. Than and still strong. True, the Russians as an indigenous nationality have always been given less attention than others, but yes this is a completely different issue. And so, in general, in the West, a turning point is gradually taking place in relation to the Russian people, just so far it is not very noticeable. More importantly, every kind word in our direction.
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 25 January 2016 21: 48
          +8
          Quote: EvgNik
          You are wrong, Michael. Russia has always been a multinational state.

          Here you are right, Yevgeny Nikolaevich, but there is the truth of Mikhail. I have a wife from the Crimean Tatars and a lot of relatives in her Crimea, I got married here in Soviet times. Crimean Tatars actually look towards the Turks, but as they say, kindred feelings, many in Turkey also have many relatives, but they don’t want to secede and join somewhere, especially since many received land. As for Dzhemilev, Islyamov and Chubarov, they say that a good stake is prepared, but they don’t give a damn about svidomo horses, well, who wanted to, he left, here most of the Krymchaks left just for Turkey, and not for the horses. Those who stayed back in Ukraine are not particularly willing and do not speak badly about us. hi
        2. alexander 2
          alexander 2 26 January 2016 00: 04
          +3
          Some Western politician said: "To betray in time is not to betray, but to foresee." In the 90s, when the alliance collapsed and Russia was breathing on fire, many "foreseeing" the collapse rushed to the "winner". And now it turns out that the "winner" may not win. So all "foresight" is in vain. So they twitched. Specifically, I have no complaints about this journalist, it's another matter whether he will be allowed to write the truth in Poland.
  4. liza1999
    liza1999 25 January 2016 18: 52
    +1
    So let him write about it at home, and we will read it, with reference to a specific newspaper. And so ... Yes, you don’t trust anyone at all, and don’t.
  5. 33 Watcher
    33 Watcher 25 January 2016 18: 53
    +2
    Interestingly, they will let him write about this in Poland? recourse Or is he like that for himself ..?
    1. Pirogov
      Pirogov 25 January 2016 20: 37
      +2
      I think they won’t give, and if he writes there will be problems, ............
  6. Arktidianets
    Arktidianets 25 January 2016 18: 58
    +1
    In Europe, they prefer not to hear the truth; there they prefer whatever the political conjuncture of the authorities wants.
  7. Woodman
    Woodman 25 January 2016 19: 00
    0
    Unfortunately, the picture conveyed to us by the media that dominate the West, the EU, is that they are trying to suggest to us that there was a conflict between the Crimean Tatars and the leadership of the republic, as if the rights of certain religious and national communities were violated, ” - noted Piskorsky.


    Voice in the wilderness...
  8. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 25 January 2016 19: 01
    +3
    The Poles have never been sane! In life, the "door mat" of states, both Europe and Asia ... Feet, about this "geographic formation" wiped all and sundry! Hence, an unspoken resentment and an attempt to portray something of yourself ... recourse
  9. BOB044
    BOB044 25 January 2016 19: 02
    +4
    Correctly the Pole writes. Unlike Pierre Reshar, he didn’t put on his pants.
    1. V.ic
      V.ic 25 January 2016 19: 16
      +1
      Quote: BOB044
      Unlike Pierre Reshard

      So this is a comedian, buffoon.
    2. ksv1973
      ksv1973 25 January 2016 21: 00
      +2
      Quote: BOB044
      Correctly the Pole writes. Unlike Pierre Reshar, he didn’t put on his pants.

      And where, one wonders, can Pierre Richard have a clear and sober understanding of things?
      Over the past decades, man has been rolling around like cheese in butter. In no case, without diminishing his dignity as an actor, we can fully assume that as a person he is a coward. An ordinary European coward, unable to recognize Ukrainian bluff. The Ukrainian authorities will soon begin to declare banned all those who not only toured the Crimea, but also in Russia.
      And here there will already be an indicator that will make it clear which of the "stars" of show business has brains left in place.
  10. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 25 January 2016 19: 17
    +1
    Well, taking into account the fact that PACE sent a delegation to Crimea on human failures, I won’t be surprised at anything!
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 25 January 2016 19: 29
      +1
      Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
      taking into account the fact that PACE sent a delegation to Crimea on human failures, I won’t be surprised at anything

      The PACE delegation has already been sent to one address known to many. wink
  11. V.ic
    V.ic 25 January 2016 19: 19
    0
    Yes, let a little "popshekat", I'm not sorry ...
  12. izya top
    izya top 25 January 2016 19: 31
    17
    remember fellow -------------------------
  13. atamankko
    atamankko 25 January 2016 19: 33
    +2
    Normal people are normal everywhere, without hysteria.
  14. gg.na
    gg.na 25 January 2016 19: 36
    0
    Already bought these media from the EU and Poland am ! Nefig them to do in the Crimea, trample the floor, the pancake ceiling is painted! Rides point to a member with your finger! Get down to yourself and point out there your merkels and other henchmen of partners from behind the puddle! There in the European Union refugees have problems above the roof that their rights are not fully respected! And here you are resting in the Crimea and beating!
  15. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 25 January 2016 19: 54
    +2
    Mordor, as usual, left behind hospitals, factories, theaters and a happy population in the occupied territory ... laughing

    It is clear that grant-eaters, liberals, all-propagandists, homopropagandists do not like modern Crimea. But we, as it were, are not waiting for them there. am
  16. Korsar4
    Korsar4 25 January 2016 20: 09
    0
    Time works for us. Everything will be formed.
  17. mr.grin19z
    mr.grin19z 25 January 2016 20: 46
    0
    they do not have propaganda there right after the nostrils and in the stall they are so pure tourists
  18. MarKon
    MarKon 25 January 2016 21: 25
    0
    Time does not play for us there (
  19. Arkan
    Arkan 25 January 2016 21: 36
    0
    They recognize that Crimea as part of the Russian Federation will not be soon, but they will not be an eyesore.
  20. Nasty
    Nasty 25 January 2016 21: 43
    0
    As Shurik said, grandiose!
  21. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 25 January 2016 22: 34
    0
    Now the independent ukrobanderovtsy grit their teeth with anger at the words of a Polish journalist. Although they probably do not know from their media that the Poles and their reviews visited Crimea.
  22. shelva
    shelva 25 January 2016 22: 58
    0
    It is nice to be aware of the fact that among Western journalists sometimes come across adequate people.
  23. Orionvit
    Orionvit 25 January 2016 23: 03
    0
    Quote: alexneg
    Sane Poles in Poland are only in its eastern part, and that only that which borders Belarus. I was personally convinced of this when I had to drive across Poland from west to east - such a contrast struck my eyes right away.

    I already wrote, but on the occasion I repeat. It happened five years ago to visit the Czech Republic and Poland. So, the attitude towards Ukrainians from western Ukraine, frankly, is swine. What the Czechs, what the Poles, Ukrainians do not consider people for us, to us, but the attitude was very normal, although also from Ukraine. They there perfectly understand how the Western Svidomo Ukrainian differs from a person who simply lives in Ukraine. Moreover, western Ukraine has been under the pshek for more than 400 years, and they themselves bred this breed, called Ukrainians.
  24. Cobra77
    Cobra77 25 January 2016 23: 05
    -1
    And who can comment on this here http://finobzor.ru/show-4705-uh-ty-my-vyshli-iz-buhty-krymchan-vse-zhe-zastavyat
    -platit-po-ukrainskim-dolgam.html? The text of the law itself is http://pravo.gov.ru/laws/acts/4/5250504510601047.html.
  25. From Germany
    From Germany 25 January 2016 23: 45
    +3
    More than 60% of the Crimean population are Russians. In 1781, the Russian army entered the Crimea (not the Russian, but namely the Russian), and the Turks and their mongrels, Crimean Tatars, were outlined. Since then, for more than 235 years, the Russian Army has never left Crimea. Since 1784, Crimea is an integral part of the first Russian Empire, then the USSR, and now the Russian Federation, as the successor to the USSR. These are historical facts! Why polemics?
  26. vbasko
    vbasko 26 January 2016 01: 24
    +4
    I am writing from Crimea itself. So here’s what I’m talking about: We are extremely surprised and amused by the fact that they are trying to show us their world. Do we need him?
    Wait, it’s a very difficult time for us and THEIR world didn’t even try to figure it out not to give a crust of stale bread. they all just want to know how it is (like they haven’t died yet?)

    here are today's comments from people from the Crimea, How Crimeans themselves relate to this kind of excursions from the west. read:
    http://politikus.ru/events/68363-polskie-zhurnalisty-sezdili-v-krym-i-teper-hoty

    at-v-chechnyu-k-kadyrovu.html
  27. WALRUS
    WALRUS 26 January 2016 18: 33
    0
    for KSV1973
    Thanks for the comment! You definitely said. And the Polish journalist is an HONEST, STRONG MAN! And in Poland there are many normal people who soberly assess both the current and historical situation. People who want to live with us in peace and friendship. (from my own experience.)
  28. misterwulf
    misterwulf 27 January 2016 11: 12
    0
    By the way, their Diplomatic Representation in Sevastopol was also not calm during Our Spring. And no police guarded them (they had already "crossed over") and no one (taking advantage of their defenselessness) threw them with Molotovs and did not try to storm and rob them.
    Feel the difference with the Kiev beast!
  29. Ros 56
    Ros 56 27 January 2016 17: 25
    0
    Any person, no matter where he lives, who has ideas about universal values ​​at the level of the Bible and observes her commandments, will never say anything bad about Russia.
  30. behemot
    behemot 28 January 2016 07: 15
    0
    strange songs sang by the Poles.