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The Israeli Embassy sharply responded to the statements of the Ukrainian diplomat about Bandera

The Israeli Embassy in Berlin reacted sharply to the words of the Ukrainian Ambassador to Germany Andriy Melnyk about the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN, banned in Russia) Stepan Bandera. AT Twitter The diplomatic missions stressed that the statement of the Ukrainian ambassador is a distortion of historical facts, “a vulgarization of the Holocaust and an insult to those who were killed by Bandera and his people.”

The report also notes that Melnyk’s statement undermines universal values, as well as “the courageous struggle of the Ukrainian people to live by democratic values ​​in the world.”

Earlier, in an interview with journalist Tipo Jung from Germany, where the glorification of Nazism is prohibited by law, Ukrainian Ambassador to Berlin Andriy Melnyk began to glorify Nazi accomplice Stepan Bandera as a “freedom fighter.” And Melnik said that Bandera is not subject to any laws. He compared him with Robin Hood, who “is revered by all of us” and at the same time “also acted against the laws.” At the same time, the ambassador claimed that Bandera had no ties with Nazi Germany. And he explained the mass killings of peaceful Poles by Ukrainian nationalists in Volhynia and Galicia during World War II by the fact that on the other hand, too, “there were many murders and atrocities.” The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry later called the statement of its ambassador about Bandera a personal opinion.

Source From: MK

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