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MOSCOW, August 14 (Itar-Tass) —— The Russian Foreign Ministry thanked on Tuesday the media for assisting the liberation of Russian soccer fans detained in Poland during Euro 2012 Finals.
The last of 27 Russians apprehended in clashes with Polish hooligans was set free on August 11, the ministry said.
“All through that period, the Russian Foreign Ministry had been rendering comprehensive support to the Russian citizens in custody in the provision of their rights and lawful interests,” the ministry said. “We are grateful to our departments and organizations, as well as the media, for assisting the soonest liberation of Russian soccer fans.”