"We are at war with the Russian Federation. Provocations are possible. I urge not to give them exaggerated significance. I want everybody to understand this. In Poland, Russia and Ukraine destructive forces will be using this to their advantage," he said.
However, according to the minister, security of diplomatic institutions is fully ensured now.
The attack on the Polish Consulate General in Lutsk, northwestern Ukraine, took place at about midnight of March 29. The roof of the building was damaged by the shell, reportedly fired from a grenade launcher. The window under the roof was smashed to pieces. No casualties were reported, as there was no one on that floor at the moment. The guards who were sitting in the office one floor lower suffered no injuries.