That's for you my dear pro-Russian friend :)
you are pro-Russian. i am pro-Polish. :)
after all, Russian people likes Polish people. Politicians/government/regimes are something else. But look at me... i don`t like Tusk, still i like Poles.
Poles have embraced Turkish culture to the point that you cannot walk 50 metres in any Polish city without coming across a kebab shop :-)
for your information, Turks aren`t inventors of `kebab`.... and, its not `kebab` but `cevap`. `Cevap` is national dish in Serbia.
But, during Ottoman occupation of Serbian lands on Balkan, Turks came in contact with `cevap`. They then spread that kind of dish all were the Near East all the way to Arabic land. Then, Arabs turned Serbian/Slavic `cevap` into the `kebab`. Today, most of experts consider `kebab` to be Arabic national dish.
Now, listen this... even tru name of `cevap` applied on the meat you can understand that we speak about grilled minced meat, prepared in the form of cylinder. Exact Serbian word for Eng. word `cylinder` is `cev`. That`s how you got `cevap`. Cev > Cevap or Cevapcis (meat in the form of cylinder). See? Cevap is Slavic/Serbian national dish not Arabic and especially not Turkish.