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MOSCOW, July 13. /TASS/. Official spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Maria Zakharova does not rule out Polish leadership transitioning to incitement of ethnic hatred, she commented on the media reports about Poland's Defense Minister Antony Macherevich believing Russia to be guilty of the Volyn tragedy and the use of Ukrainian nationalists during the war.
"I would like to clarify a couple of with in Warsaw," Zakharova wrote on his Facebook page. "Did the Minister of Defence announce the official position of Poland or his personal? Are there any historical events or natural phenomena, where Russia would not be guilty? Are there concerns that by encouraging such chauvinistic statements, Polish leaders quietly transitions from everyday Russophobia to incitement of ethnic hatred?" she said.
Earlier Macherevich said, "Russia is the real enemy, which started it all and who used part of the nationalist forces in this terrible crime of genocide.".