At a variety of historical events their treatment happens often subjective and therefore it is impossible to define only the correct point of view on these or those facts.
The Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine in the Russian Federation Konstantin Grishchenko reported about it on air of the Russian information TV channel "Vesti", making comments on existence of contradictions between Ukraine and Russia in the historical sphere.
According to Grishchenko, it is possible to find different things in archives and therefore it is necessary to understand that participants of historical events often see them on - to a miscellaneous.
At the same time the diplomat is convinced that contemporaries have to think of the future. "They have to understand that as in a divergence of friends as divorced, not necessarily there has to be a quarrel, and simply travel in different places owing to vital need", - he told.
Grishchenko noted that over time historical memory "highlights different accents of the same events" and therefore in itself they shouldn't be a conflict subject between the states and the people.
"There can't be at us a uniform textbook of Iosif Vissarionovich (Stalin) who told all as it is necessary to understand history. Also there can't be any uniform all an indicating commission as it is necessary to treat these or those events", - Grishchenko declared.