Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Andriy Deshchytsia supposed that the incident with anti-Ukrainian slogans during the “Eaglets March” in Przemysl was a provocation and called to stop spreading it. He announced this on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.
"We appealed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, central and local authorities demanding to investigate the incident and find the perpetrators and to prevent this kind of actions and activities in the future. Currently we don’t have the response yet (from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs),"Deshchytsia said.
The Ambassador promised that the Ukrainian side will focus on finding the guilty of inciting ethnic hatred.
"Mayor (of Przemysl - Ed.) received a letter from our Consul General in Lublin to conduct an investigation of the incident and give it an assessment ... The video showd that it was a call of was one person. And there was no further calls like this. Maybe it was some kind of provocation and we are spreding this information ourselves, giving it even more publicity, " Deshchytsia said.
Earlier it was reported that March participants shouted "Death to Ukrainians" near Ukrainian center in Polish city Przemysl. The march was held under the patronage of Przemysl mayor.