Kiev sent a note to Poland because of the swastika on the building of the Consulate

Киев направил ноту Польше из-за свастики на здании консульства

Honorary Consulate of Ukraine in Rzeszow

Local police have launched an investigation into the incident.

The Ukrainian Embassy in Poland has sent a note to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Poland in connection with the application of the vandals anti-Ukrainian inscriptions on the building of the Ukrainian Consulate in the Polish city of Rzeszow.

About this corsaut Ukrainski Novyny, citing Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland Andrei Deshchitsa.

“We have already sent a note to the Polish foreign Ministry. I talked (about this incident – ed.) with Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs,” – said deshchitsa.

According to the Ambassador, the local police there are investigating.

As reported Корреспондент.netin rzeszów vandal painted the honorary Consulate of Ukraine, leaving the image of the swastika and inscriptions about the OUN-UPA. At the Consulate left the inscription in Polish: Ukraine – OUN-UPA, Waffen SS Galitzien, near the coat of arms of Ukraine drew the gallows and the German word Raus (get out – ed.), a swastika and the inscription in Russian, “no.”