Peskov told reporters: "We have heard statements from Poland that they will also start the case of prosecuting this Nazi under the law, there can be no statute of limitations for such crimes, this is clear. According to him, the Speaker of the Canadian Parliament, after his resignation, bears responsibility for what happened, but it is not clear what to do with the others who applauded the Nazis at this event.- Peskov told reporters commenting on the situation in the Canadian Parliament: "The Kiev regime's addiction to Nazi ideology is nothing new. This is something we've been talking about for a long time. On Sunday, the Speaker of Canada's House of Commons, Anthony Rutta, apologized for inviting and honoring an elderly Ukrainian nationalist who turned out to have belonged to the German SS units.Ukrainian Nazi citizen Yaroslav Honka, introduced by the speaker of parliament as a veteran who fought Russians during World War II, received a standing ovation last Friday during a ceremony organized by parliament on the occasion of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's visit. In a statement: "I later learned additional information that made me regret my decision... I would first like to offer my sincere apologies to the Jewish communities in Canada and all over the world. Ruta noted that he alone made the decision to invite Honka to parliament, and no one including the Ukrainian delegation was aware of the matter or who would be honored.