National Corps joined solidarity actions at the embassies of Poland and Belarus in Kyiv


On April 13, on the 81st sad anniversary of the Katyn Massacre, National Corps joined simultaneous actions of solidarity with Polish and Belarusian citizens repressed by the puppet regime of Lukashenko, which were organized by the Intermarium Support Group near the Polish and Belarusian embassies in Kyiv.

For this year’s April 10, when Poland annually honors the memory of Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 96 other officials who died in a plane crash near Smolensk on their way to the commemorative events marking the anniversary of the Katyn Massacre in 2010, the Poles dedicated precisely to the actions in support of the Ukrainian prisoners of the Russian occupation administration in the Crimea (Galyna Dovgopola, Vladyslav Yesypenko, and Oleg Fedorov).

In response, National Corps, having laid flowers at the Polish embassy in Kyiv in memory of over 20,000 Polish officers and civilians who were shot viciously by the NKVD in Katyn in 1940, moved along with the Belarusian rally participants to the Belarusian embassy demanding to release immediately the Belarusian citizens of Polish origin (Andżelika Borys, Irena Biernacka, Maria Tiszkowska, and Andrzej Poczobut) who, as always, were accused by the real aggressors of “rehabilitating Nazism and inciting ethnic hatred,” as well as all those detained during the Belarusian protests against the creation of the “union state” with Russia and the police cruelty in Belarus.

National Corps and especially the Intermarium Support Group, founded by the Party Leader Andriy Biletsky, keeps pushing for the development of the Intermarium, an alliance of Eastern and Central European states, the urgency of which is as obvious as the discreditation of Minsk as a “neutral” platform for resolving the situation in the Donbas. Today, when the Russian Federation is increasing the concentration of troops on the border with Ukraine, we can fully count only on the solidary response of Ukraine’s natural allies in the region sharing our historical and geopolitical destiny.