Dedica admitted that the incident in the “March of eagles” was a provocation and urged not to give it even more publicity

Дещица допустил, что инцидент на "марше орлят" был провокацией и призвал не придавать его еще большей огласке

Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine in Poland Andriy deshchitsa admitted that the incident with the anti-Ukrainian slogans on the “March of the eagles” in Przemysl was a provocation and urged not to give it even more publicity. The Ambassador said the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.

“We have asked the Polish foreign Ministry in Central government, local authorities, demanding to investigate the incident and find the perpetrators, and in the future to prevent this kind of actions and activities. At the moment, such a response (from the Polish foreign Ministry – ed.) yet,” – said deshchitsa.

The Ambassador promised that the Ukrainian side to focus on how to find the man responsible for inciting ethnic hatred.

“The mayor (of Przemysl – ed.) received a letter from our Consul General in Lublin with a request to investigate this incident and give it a rating… the video was a call of one person. Further publicity was not. And we do share this information, maybe it was some kind of provocation, this provocation giving even greater publicity,” – said deshchitsa.

Earlier media has published video of the “March of the eagles Przemysl and Lviv”, which was held in the Polish city of Przemysl (located in 7 km from border of Ukraine) on Saturday, December 10. At the time of passage of the columns past the building of the Ukrainian national center, one of the demonstrators shouted “Death to Ukrainians!” and the demonstrators in chorus supported him.

It is noted that this year’s “March of eagles” organized not only right-wing organizations as sapolsky youth and National-radical camp, an informal group of “Patriotic Przemysl”, but the cultural institution of Subcarpathian Voivodeship Cultural center in przemyśl. The patronage over the March took, in particular, the mayor of Przemysl Robert Homa.

Embassy of Ukraine in Poland, condemned the anti-Ukrainian slogans that were expressed during the annual “March of Przemysl and lwów Eaglets” in the border city of Przemysl.

Association of Ukrainians in Poland (OUP) called on the Polish authorities to counter manifestations of hostility towards the Ukrainian minority of Poland and the citizens of Ukraine.

Дещица допустил, что инцидент на "марше орлят" был провокацией и призвал не придавать его еще большей огласке
Дещица допустил, что инцидент на "марше орлят" был провокацией и призвал не придавать его еще большей огласке

Дещица допустил, что инцидент на "марше орлят" был провокацией и призвал не придавать его еще большей огласке

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