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Five people detained in Poland for inciting Polish-Ukrainian enmity

Among detainees, there is one Russian citizen
17:39, 20 May 2018

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Four people including one Russian citizen detained in Poland for inciting Polish-Ukrainian enmity, the Polish Radio reported.

According to the report, the detention was conducted by the Homeland Security Agency of the country a few days ago.

In the near future, a Russian woman who, according to the Polish special services, stayed in the country since 2013, will be deported.

Also, like four other detainees, she will be banned from entering the territory of the Republic of Poland.

All five persons are incriminated with participation in inciting Polish-Ukrainian enmity, undermining the Polish point of view of historical policy and replacing it with the Russian point of view, and trying to "consolidate pro-Russian forces in the Republic of Poland" around these spheres.

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