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Two Ukrainians beaten in Poland
15:45, 22 November 2016
Two Ukrainians beaten in Poland

One man had his arm broken

15:45, 22 November 2016

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In Polish city Rudnik nad Sanem drunken Poles beat two Ukrainians. It was reported by Polish Radio.

The incident occurred in the evening on Saturday, November 19.  One of the Ukrainians had his arm broken.

Police arrested two attackers and identified the third one.  They are aged from 19 to 24 years old.

The police confirmed that one man approached Ukrainians who were sitting in pizzeria and ordered them to leave the building. It is possible that he was drunk. One Ukrainian went out on the street and there he was beaten. The other Ukrainian went to the store, located near the pizzeria, where he was attacked, according to RMF FM.

One of the Ukrainian victims said that the beating had nothing to do with the nationality and it was "just an ordinary attack".

Related: Polish Prosecutor's Office opens a case on incident with Ukrainian flag in Warsaw

The police is investigating the details of the incident and the second victim, as well as witnesses of and the attackers will be questioned today, on November 22.

The attackers can be sentenced for up to 3 years of imprisonment.

Earlier it was reported that Poland intends to sue Ukraine for damages on former Polish territories. The claims are related to the property on the territory of Ternopil, Volyn, Rivne, Kharkiv regions and in Kyiv.

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