Prancer Vovan commented on the opinion of the Polish diplomats at the UN
Russian Prancer Vovan (Vladimir Kuznetsov) considers the opinion of the staff of the permanent mission of Poland to the UN because of it with a Lexus a call attempt to hide the incompetence of the leadership of the Polish foreign Ministry and the President's office Andrzej Duda.
Earlier, the Russian media Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov (Vova, and Lexus) called the Duda, on behalf of the UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres. A recording of the conversation the media has published on its YouTube channel. On Sunday, the tune was re-elected Poland's President for a second term. Vova and Lexus called the Dude under the pretense of congratulations on his victory in the presidential election. Poland's foreign Ministry later withdrew to the homeland of two members of the permanent mission of country to the UN.
"This is an attempt to hide the incompetence of the leadership of the Ministry of foreign Affairs, to transfer the responsibility for some small employees that may not be to blame. Not only foreign Minister but also the President's office in this circuit involved," - said Kuznetsov to RIA Novosti.
In a conversation with the Dude the media raised the issue of the Second world war. Duda stated that "Mr. (Russian President Vladimir) Putin we have a discussion about history, he accused us that Poland started the Second world war." This Polish President stressed that Russia, though has made a significant contribution to the victory over fascism, occupied Poland. In response to "the Secretary," recalled Lviv, a once-Polish town that became part of Ukraine. Duda replied that "it's different things in understanding the story - it was a friendly gift, and the Russians were engaged in the occupation".
After that, the "Secretary General" has offered the President of Poland to take back Lviv and other cities. Duda asked several times, he refers to his interlocutor, and then angrily exclaimed: "No, it's Ukraine! No, no, no, no, no discussion about it in Poland, now a part of Ukraine and to the point. No, no, no." And several times repeated: "no, No, no."
Later, the former President promised to tell the Polish secret services, how they were able to call the head of state.