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MOSCOW, November 12 (Itar-Tass) - Polish Ambassador in Moscow Wojciech Zajaczkowski is summoned in the Russian Foreign Ministry over the disorders at the Russian Embassy in Warsaw on Monday, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated on Tuesday.
On November 11, the participants of the nationalist March of Independence hurled flayers, bottles and smoke-puff charges at the Russian Embassy in Warsaw. The participants in the demonstration set an empty security guard booth on fire at the fence of the embassy, some nationalists tried to get over the fence of the embassy. The nearby building of the Russian trade mission and the Russian centre of science and culture, which also came under the shower of burning objects, were damaged.
The Polish Foreign Ministry condemned the actions of the participants in the march. “There cannot be any justification to hooliganism. We denounce the violation of the Vienna Convention,” spokesman of the Polish Foreign Ministry Marcin Wojciechowski said on Monday.