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Blast of Polish bus in Lviv region is anti-Polish act, - Warsaw

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the Consulate of Poland to Lviv, 23 Polish tourists, including the local officials were in the bus
14:39, 11 December 2017

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The blast of the Polish bus in the Lviv region is another anti-Polish act in Ukraine as the Foreign Ministry of Poland reported.

According to the Consulate of Poland to Lviv, 23 Polish tourists, including the local officials were in the bus.

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‘The car was damaged in the parking near the hotel. There was nobody in the vehicle when the incident took place. No casualties reported’, the message said.

The organizer of the event decided to return the tourists to Poland with the Consul in Lviv.

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As we reported a Polish bus, parked next to a hotel in Sokilnkyky village, Lviv region (western Ukraine) got damaged due to a blast, which occurred late on Saturday, December 9.

Ukraine’s minister for foreign affairs Pavlo Klimkin condemned the act, describing it as a provocation and calling it an attempt to disrupt the upcoming visit of Polish president Andrzej Duda.  

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