Monument in memory of the Victims of Massacres in Volhynia [© Zygmunt Put]
On March 29th, Polish vice-consul Krzysztof Sawicki called the attack on Polish consulate-general in the Ukrainian city of Lutsk, committed last night, a terrorist attack, as «Volyn24» online edition informed.
Polish Consul stated that it was a real terrorist attack with intent to kill people.
In the night, March 29th, Polish consulate-general in Lutsk, in Ukraine, was attacked with a grenade launcher. The roof and windows were damaged, nobody was injured. Mass media suggest that the attackers were attempting to strike to the windows of the living premise.
This is not the first démarche against Polish consulates in Ukraine. On February 8th, 2017, the unknown people poured red paint on the fence of Polish consulate in L’vov and wrote “Our land”. On February 16th, the Ukrainian nationalists hung the portrait of Bandera on the fence of the Polish embassy in Kiev.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency