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ROSTOV-ON-DON, June 13. /TASS/. Unidentified persons broke windows of the Ukrainian consular section in Rostov-on-Don early hours on Saturday, Ukraine’s Consular General Vitaliy Moskalenko told TASS.
"All windows on the first floor are broken with bats," he said. "17 windows were broken with stones. The attackers threw eggs and tomatoes into the building. The equipment was damaged. The bronze plate from the front side was thrown down."
"We have information between 50 and 100 people were involved," he continued. "They marched along the central street, turned into this street [where the consular section is] and did what they did. We shall estimate the damage during the business hours."
"Every day, about 70-80 people come to the section to apply for consular services; and an not sure how we shall be able to serve them," he said.
The diplomat said Russian law enforcers encircled the consular section’s territory 20-30 minutes after the attack began. Nobody has been detained.
The local police do not comment on the incident.