Catherine has made every effort to finally resolve the Polish question in the last year of his reign. Russian troops entered Poland and occupied Warsaw in 1791, after the Seimas adopted the May 3 Constitution, Rzeczpospolita turns into a centralized state, cancel "liberum veto", which gave broad democratic rights of citizens. By supporting pro-Russian party of the opponents of reform, engaging in Targowica Confederation, Russia and Prussia forced the Diet to abolish the constitution and in 1793 captured the new Polish Province. In 1794 in Warsaw and Krakow, a rebellion broke out against the invaders, headed by Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Catherine moved against the Polish elite troops, headed by Suvorov. The famous Russian commander entered the history of the Polish massacre of the inhabitants of Prague suburb of Warsaw taken by storm. Followed by the third section, cease to exist in Poland until 1918, Russia received the rest of Lithuania and Kurland (over 120 thous. Sq. Km).