According to the report, three men were standing at a bus station; as they got into verbal conflict, the one of the attackers took the knife and stabbed the victim four times.
The law enforcers detained four suspects, all of them appeared to be Ukrainian citizens, aged from 25 to 40. According to Ukainian consul in Poland Vitaliy Maksymenko, all participants in the conflict lived in the same building. ‘Most likely, it is a dormitory for our citizens working in Gdansk. There is no national or ethnic hatred ground in this crime; the police considers it an act of hooliganism. Prosecutor’s Office looks into the case now,’ the diplomat said.