A Russia State Duma (Parliament) deputy proposed to put "Poland next in line for denazification after Ukraine."
UPDATED 3:38 PM EDT --
The Polish leadership's statements about Russia "as a cancerous tumor" and about indemnities to Ukraine prompt the Russian Federation to "put it in line for denazification," said Oleg Morozov, chairman of the State Duma Committee on Control.
"By its statements about Russia as a 'cancer tumor' and about the 'indemnity' that we must pay to Ukraine , Poland encourages us to put it in first place in the queue for denazification after Ukraine," Morozov wrote in his Telegram channel.
Earlier, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in a Telegraph column that he considers the Russian world "a cancer that poses a deadly threat to the whole of Europe." in his opinion, it needs to be "eradicated."
Also, Polish President Andrzej Duda said that Russia would be forced to pay indemnity to Ukraine.
Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. President Vladimir Putin called its goal "the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years."
For this, according to him, it is planned to carry out "demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine", to bring to justice all war criminals responsible for "bloody crimes against civilians" in Donbass .