In Poland, aggressive young men attacked action in memory of Ukrainian heroes
About 20 people attacked church procession participants under the flags of Ukraine
In Przemysl in the south-east of Poland there was an attempt to interfere the procession of Greek Catholics and Orthodox, who, after the requiem for Ukrainian heroes came out of the cathedral to the local military cemetery. It is reported by "Polish Radio".
Police assured that there was no need to use force. Participants of the process were separated from the men who were trying to stop the event. It is reported that the perpetrators of the order can not be identified with any organization.
According to the chairman of the Association of Ukrainians in Poland Petro Tyma, who was present during the event, among the attackers were people in T-shirts of All-Polish Youth organization. They shouted abusive slogans against the marchers.
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