Zelensky called on Duda to restore the UPA soldiers' grave on the Monastyr mountain
This was discussed during a telephone conversation between the Heads of Ukraine and Poland, the press service of the President's office reports, according to 'Hromadske'.
Polish leader Andrzej Duda replied, “I hope that the next meeting of the presidents will resolve this issue.”
Duda also accepted Zelenskyy's invitation to visit Ukraine in October.
Reference: 62 UPA soldiers are buried on the Monastyr mountain in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship. These are residents of the surrounding villages who died in the woods on March 2-3, 1945 in a battle with the NKVD.
In 1993, with the approval and at the cost of the Polish authorities, a monument in the shape of a cross and an information table with the names of the victims were installed on the mass grave. The tombstone has already been destroyed twice by vandals – in 2015 and in January this year.