Poland has sent a note of the MFA of Ukraine because of damage to the statue of John Paul II

The Polish Embassy in Kiev has sent the Ukrainian foreign Ministry a note in connection with the damage to the monument to Pope John Paul II in Drohobych last week. This is stated in the message of the Embassy on Twitter.

«The Polish Embassy in Ukraine expresses its deep concern about the damage to the statue of John Paul II in Drohobych – Ukraine’s foreign Ministry sent a note», — stated in the message.

Visably gleboko turbovent @PLinUkraine u zviazku z poshkodzhennya memory’yatnyka John-Paul II in Drogobich to MZS of Ukraine sent a note

— PLinUkraine (@PLinUkraine) 21 R. Berezna 2016

On the night of 13 March in Drohobych unidentified attackers defaced the monument to Pope John Paul II, which is located at the entrance to the Church of St. Bartholomew.

Vandals sawed off the sculpture part of his left hand with a cross. Fragment of the monument was found near the scene.

In fact openly criminal proceedings under part 1 of article 296 of the Criminal code of Ukraine (hooliganism).




Poland has sent a note of the MFA of Ukraine because of damage to the statue of John Paul II 21.03.2016

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