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WARSAW, December 11. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian ambassador to Poland Markiyan Malsky has been summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry following last night's acts undertaken by Ukrainian police to oust protesters from the Independence square in Kiev, spokesman for the Polish foreign ministry Marcin Wojciechowski said on Wednesday.
In a short while Poland will make a statement about the situation in Ukraine. The Ukrainian ambassador has been summoned to the Polish Foreign Ministry by 10. 00 am (1 p.m. Moscow time), the spokesman said.
Poland has been calling for a dialogue and denounces violence, the spokesman declared.