Vladimir Putin called the Polish Ambassador who supported Hitler in 1938 a bastard and an anti-Semitic pig. The President made this statement at the annual expanded meeting of the Defence Ministry Board
We are talking about a diplomat who promised a monument to Hitler if he expelled Jews to Africa, TASS reports. Let us recall that this proposal was announced by Germany a few months before the beginning of the Second World War. Jozef Lipsky, then Polish Ambassador to Germany, wrote in a report to the country's foreign Minister Jozef Beck about the results of the meeting with the Nazi leader that "if Germany does this, it will be necessary to put a monument to Hitler in Warsaw."
"A bastard, an anti-Semitic pig, there is no other way to say it," the Russian President said, adding that the Polish Ambassador to Germany fully aligned himself with the Nazis.