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In Poland three people who trampled on Ukrainian flag punished

They must pay the fines for damaging of the Ukrainian flag
21:23, 19 January 2018

Polish Radio

In Poland, the court punished three young people who in September of last year at the Market Square in Swidnica took off the Ukrainian flag, trampled and wiped their shoes on it, Polish Radio reported.

The flag was hanging over the entrance to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, it was hanged there by the Smart Work Employment Agency, whose office is in the house. Last year, a video camera of the municipal guard fixed young people who removed the flag from the building, and then trampled over it and wiped their shoes on it.

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The municipal guard detained the offenders at once and called the police, and reported on its portal that the flag had been "publicly abused and damaged", and the detainees were suspected of violating Polish Criminal Code.

As it was reported earlier the District Prosecutor’s Office of Wroclaw, Poland served the Head of Personnel Staff of three building companies with charges on human trafficking. According to the border guards, the woman is served with 20 charge papers, including 17 on the human trafficking.

According to the information, the worker of the personnel office used the personal state and lack of knowledge of the Ukrainians in Polish and took away their passports and enabled them to freely move across the country and leave the working places.

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