This was stated in the letter from the head of the Ministry of Justice of Poland addressed to the European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Information Society, Günther Oettinger, RIA Novosti reported referring to "Radio Poland". According to journalists, in the letter to Oettinger, Ziobro refers to the words of the European Commissioner about the need for "supervision" in Poland after the changes of the law on mass media. This formulation, said the Minister of Justice, "is the worst way to associate Poles". "For me, too. I am the grandson of a Polish officer who, during second world war fought in [Poland’s] underground Home Army against "German supervision", — quotes RIA Novosti from the words of Ziobro. He stressed that in Europe there are more important issues than the amendments to the law on mass media in Poland, however, Brussels deliberately suppressed them.