Polish law enforcers detained the vandal, who painted swastikas and inscriptions about the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) on the honorary consulate of Ukraine located in the city of Rzeszow in the south of Poland, as the spokesperson of the local police told Ukrinform.
“The police identified and detained this individual last Friday (October 6). It’s a 35-year-old inhabitant of Rzeszow. He has been accused under the article on calling for ethnic hatred. He admitted his guilt and is ready to bear responsibility,” the spokesperson said.
According to him, the individual couldn’t explain the motives clearly. At the same time, the individual isn’t connected with any of the radical organizations.
The vandal faces up to two years of imprisonment.
As it was reported earlier, swastikas and inscriptions about the Ukrainian Insurgent Army were painted on the honorary consulate of Ukraine located in the city of Rzeszow in the south of Poland.
People who live near the scene saw an unknown man of about 30 years old painting on an honorary consulate of Ukraine on Saturday night. People asked him to stop doing that, but he did not pay attention to the remarks.