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In Poland, the court fined a man who tore the tablet from the consulate of Ukraine

  • In Poland the court fined a man who tore the tablet from the consulate of Ukraine

Kiev: In Poland, a court sentenced a fine of 1,000 zlotys (6.4 thousand UAH \ $ 259) to an attacker who tore the tablet from the consulate of Ukraine.

It is reported by Radio Poland.

The incident occurred in early April 2019 in the center of Opole. In the morning, passers-by noticed on the sidewalk near the building where the Ukrainian Consulate offices are located, a destroyed sign with the coat of arms of Ukraine.

The police quickly established the identity that damaged her. 29-year-old Tomash A. admitted that he destroyed the sign with the emblem of Ukraine, but insists that he has no negative feelings for Ukraine and Ukrainians. He says that he was just drunk, and it was a "hooligan trick".

The prosecutor suggested that the court impose a fine of 1,000 zlotys and oblige them to cover the costs of repairing the sign and pay for court services. The court ruled in favor of the prosecutor's office.


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