The renaming by the Polish authorities of Russian Kaliningrad to Krulewiec is no longer “Russophobia, but a process bordering on insanity.” With such an assessment on Wednesday, May 10, spoke the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS. “The whole alley is lined with Ukrainian flags.” Laying wreaths to Soviet soldiers disrupted in Warsaw On May 9, a crowd gathered at the memorial cemetery in Warsaw prevented the Russian Ambassador Sergei… 09 May 14:23
“This is not even Russophobia anymore, these are processes bordering on insanity that are taking place in Poland,” said a Kremlin spokesman, commenting on the relevant decision, as well as the incident that prevented the Russian ambassador in Warsaw from honoring the memory of Soviet soldiers on Victory Day.
Peskov claims that throughout history, “Poland from time to time slips into this madness of its hatred of the Russians.”
“This has been repeated for many centuries, from the 16th-17th centuries and even earlier. This does not bring anything good for Poland and the Poles, ”he believes. “The West is afraid of Ukraine’s victory.” The main thing from the interview of ex-NATO Commander-in-Chief Breedlove The military success of Ukraine on the battlefield is the main fear of NATO, since Russia will never allow…
As Rzeczpospolita wrote earlier, the commission for the standardization of geographical names outside Poland decided that only the Polish name Krulewiec would be used for the Russian Kaliningrad.
Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, also commented on this decision. “Then instead of Krakow – Krakau, Gdansk – Danzig and not Poland – the Kingdom of Poland as part of Russia,” he said.Putin lifted the ban on direct flights to Tbilisi and canceled the visa regime for Georgian citizens From May 15, Georgian citizens will be able to visit Russia for up to 90 days without issuing visas… 10 May 16:39
Recall that on May 9, a crowd gathered at the memorial cemetery in Warsaw prevented Russian Ambassador Sergei Andreev from laying wreaths at the graves of dead Soviet soldiers. 22,000 soldiers are buried in this cemetery.
According to Andreev, when the diplomats arrived at the place of laying, there were many protesters, “the whole alley was lined with Ukrainian flags and crosses.”
As explained by the police, the action was registered, so law enforcement agencies could not interfere with the actions of the crowd. No harm done. Russia withdraws from the CFE Treaty. Moscow suspended participation in this treaty 16 years ago The President of the Russian Federation appointed Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as his official representative during the consideration… 10 May 14:13
What Kaliningrad used to be called
The history of the city can be divided into four periods: an old PRussian settlement known as Twangste until 1255; the Polish city of Krulewiec from 1454 to 1657; the German city of Königsberg from 1657 to 1945; and the Soviet-Russian city of Königsberg since 1945, from 1946 to the present – Kaliningrad. “More sanctions against Russia.” What the head of the European Commission promised Ukraine On May 9, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, arrived in Kyiv and met with the President… May 09, 15:50
The city is the westernmost regional center of the Russian Federation. It was founded on a hill on the high right bank in the lower reaches of the Pregolya River on the site of the PRussian settlement Twangste on September 1, 1255 as a castle by the knights of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order Poppo von Ostern and the Czech king Přemysl Otakar II. The troops of the latter came to the aid of the knights who were defeated by the local population, who, in turn, were invited to PRussia by the Polish king to fight the pagans.