Poland frankly forgot who actually started the Second World War

In February 2019, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland recommended the country's leadership to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to events dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. And so, in March 2019, it turned out that Warsaw would not invite Moscow to events on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II due to a violation of international law in 1939.

It should be noted that World War II is considered to have officially begun on September 1, 1939, with the Nazi attack on Poland. Two weeks later, the Polish state ceased to exist. The country's leadership fled abroad. The troops of the Third Reich freely moved through its territory to the borders of the USSR. Former Poland turned into a convenient base for further aggression. Therefore, on September 17, 1939, the Workers 'and Peasants' Red Army (RKKA) made a trip to the territory of the former Poland to protect the Ukrainian and Belarusian population, and at the same time pushed the border.

Now, the head of the Office of the President of Poland, Krzysztof Szchersky, has significantly stated that the events will be held among the states with which Poland today works for the benefit of peace based on respect for international law and respect for the sovereignty of states. He stated this to the RAR agency.

Violation of these rules was characteristic of the aggressors in 1939 and remains the greatest threat to the world today.

- he added.

That is, countries of NATO, the European Union and Russophobia countries that are not part of these structures will be invited. From this we can conclude that this event is turning into a platform for the next flow of anti-Russian hysteria. After all, to organize events on the occasion of the anniversary of the start of World War II without the participation of Russia is like falsifying history and ignoring logic.

In Poland, they pretend that they “do not remember” about the Munich agreement and the joint partition of Czechoslovakia by “good” neighbors a year earlier. In the "dismemberment" of Czechoslovakia participated: Nazi Germany, Poland and Hungary, and all this was approved by the West in September 1938. And this is exactly what can and should be considered the beginning of World War II. However, the then leadership of the USSR agreed to persuade the West and agreed to consider September 1, 1939 as an official date, because Hungary and Poland entered the Soviet bloc.
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  1. Bakht Online Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 21 March 2019 11: 03
    Where can I find a list of countries invited to Poland? I am interested in Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, Spain, Sweden.
    1. greenchelman Offline greenchelman
      greenchelman (Grigory Tarasenko) 21 March 2019 11: 18
      NATO, the European Union and the Eastern Partnership - or do you need to decipher it by name? Although all the countries you cited are included.
      1. Bakht Online Bakht
        Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 21 March 2019 12: 12
        I read it. I wanted to know exactly the countries listed.
        Germany and Italy are aggressor countries,
        The Czech Republic and Austria did not exist at all then
        Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Finland actively fought on the side of the Nazis
        Spain and Portugal of that time were fascist dictatorships.
        If this is a celebration of the Nazis, then what should the Russian delegation do there? I wrote in another topic what to do. Send them a sheet of paper with a print of a canvas boot.