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WARSAW, November 13, 17:58 /ITAR-TASS/. The number of people detained over the disorders at the Russian Embassy in Warsaw rose to five people in Poland, spokesman of the Warsaw police Mariusz Mrozek said on Wednesday.
“Two more people suspected of setting a security guard booth at the Russian Embassy were detained. Both of them were detained in Poland,” he said.
On the day of the incident Polish police have arrested three hooligans at the Russian diplomatic mission. One of them was also involved in arson, two others hurled the flayers, petards and bottles on the territory of the Russian Embassy.
Polish law enforcement agencies continue to identify the hooligans and are making more detentions over the violations of the public order during the March of Independence on November 11. A total of 74 people were arrested. The main accusation is an attack on a policeman. Several people are already convicted, sentenced to fines, limitation or deprivation of freedom for a term from three to six months.