The Embassy of Ukraine in Poland warns about possible provocations planned by Polish radical organizations under the guise of Ukrainian nationalists in Warsaw on November 11, during the celebration of the centenary of the restoration of the independence of Poland. The Ukrainian Embassy to Poland reported this on Facebook.
‘According to available operative information, some Polish radical communities intend to commit provocations under the guise of so-called Ukrainian nationalists in Warsaw, on November 11. The Embassy asks the citizens of Ukraine, the residents and guests of the capital of Poland to be particularly vigilant and careful, primarily during their stay in downtown and near the National Stadium,’ reads the message.
The Embassy also urged fellow Poles not to give in to various provocations during the celebration of the centenary of the country's independence restoration, which can pursue the goal of conscious inciting of hatred against Ukrainians.
As it was reported, the Mayor of Warsaw prohibited to hold the march of nationalists and far-right at the day of the centenary of the independence of Ukraine.