The decision to ban entry into Ukraine, declared the mayor of Przemysl Robert Homa, harm Polish-Ukrainian relations. This was stated by Vice-Minister of foreign Affairs of Poland , Jan Dziedziczak, reports Polish radio.
During a meeting of the Seimas Committee on liaison with poles abroad Zajicek expressed hope that the ban will be cancelled immediately.
«Without explaining this situation, without the cancellation of this decision we do not represent further cooperation,» he said.
He added that if the Ukrainian side will not cancel this decision, the representatives of the foreign Ministry of Poland will not be present on the Polish-Ukrainian forum in Reseve, begins its work on Friday, January 27.
The Deputy Minister said that this will be only the beginning of the Polish reaction, which will have really serious consequences.
We will remind, the mayor of the city of Przemysl in Poland Robert Homa received a ban on entry to Ukraine of security service due to his participation in anti-Ukrainian events in Przemysl.
Warsaw has sent to Kiev a note because of the history with the mayor of Przemysl.
As you know, the city of Przemysl near the Ukrainian border, last year was a place of constant conflicts on ethnic grounds.
The most notorious of these occurred on 10 December, when, during the solemn «March of the eagles Przemysl and Lviv», which was held under the patronage of the mayor of the city, one of its members cried out under the Ukrainian national house «Death to Ukrainians» and other participants of the rally supported him.
Earlier in November last year in Warsaw on the March of nationalists on the occasion of the 98th anniversary of the independence of the country unknown burned the Ukrainian flag.
Poland threatened Kiev with consequences of prohibition of entry to the mayor of Przemysl 26.01.2017