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Ukraine’s Embassy sent note to Polish MFA over swastika on Rzeszow consulate
16:32, 4 October 2017
Ukraine’s Embassy sent note to Polish MFA over swastika on Rzeszow consulate

Local police investigates the incident

16:32, 4 October 2017

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The Embassy of Ukraine in Poland sent a note to Polish Foreign Ministry in connection with the anti-Ukrainian inscriptions to the building of Ukrainian consulate in Rzeszow by the unknown. Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Andrii Deshchytsia said this to Ukrainian News.

"We have already sent a note to the Polish Foreign Ministry. I spoke about this incident with the Deputy Foreign Minister," Deshchytsia said.

According to the ambassador, the local police is conducting an investigation on the scene.

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As it was reported earlier vandals painted swastikas and inscriptions about Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) on the honorary consulate of Ukraine located in the city of Rzeszow in the south of Poland. People who live near the scene saw an unknown man of about 30 years old painting on an honorary consulate of Ukraine on Saturday night. People asked him to stop doing that, but he did not pay attention to the remarks.  

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