Poland has launched a broad propaganda campaign to impose its own version of history and is actively looking for allies. The current Prime Minister of Poland, M.Morawiecki, raised the issue of common historical memory when talking to journalists and urged Hungarians, Czechs, and Slovaks to remember the post-war period of history. In that way Warsaw is trying to impose its stance on Russia’s role in WWII.
"The European Union started to revise history of the Second World War after the Eastern European countries such as Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia joined the EU in 2004. The European Union is trying to absolve itself of responsibility for aiding the Nazis and blame the USSR and the Red Army for being allies with Nazi Germany. Until 2004, the Holocaust was the main Western concept of the history. Now it turns out that the Holocaust perpetrators are becoming new heroes, and the real heroes of World War II are becoming the main culprits," Petrovskaya concluded.