The Ukrainian ambassador to Poland, Andriy Deszczyca, announced that he had sent “a note to the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in connection with the death of a Ukrainian in Wrocław”. The 25-year-old died in the sobering-up center in Wrocław. Before his death, the man was to be beaten and strangled by policemen.
The information that the Ukrainian embassy sent a note to the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs was provided by Andriy Deszczyca on Friday on Twitter. The Ukrainian ambassador to Poland also posted a link to the commentary for the Ukrinform agency, in which he informed about the note being prepared and noted that it would include a request to “conduct an impartial and quick investigation, hold responsible persons and inform the Ukrainian side about this extraordinary event. “.
Deszczyca emphasized that the case concerning the death of a 25-Ukrainian man has been under the control of Ukrainian diplomatic authorities since the beginning of August, including the general consulate of Ukraine in Krakow.
The man was to be beaten and strangled
On Thursday, “Gazeta Wyborcza” announced that 25-year-old Dmytro from Ukraine died at the end of July after police intervention at the Wrocław sobering-up center. The journal established that the man was hit with gas, beaten with a club and strangled, as evidenced by the surveillance video. About the death of 25-year-old Dmytro in the sobering-up center in Wrocław we reported on tvn24.pl right after the event.
In connection with this intervention, the city police commander in Wrocław decided to suspend four of the officers who intervened on the spot, and the procedure for expulsion from service was initiated against two of them. In connection with the incident, the investigation is being conducted by the District Prosecutor’s Office in Świdnica. As reported by the Municipal Police Headquarters in Wrocław, the reports received by the intervening policemen showed that the man was drunk and aggressive.
On Friday, the deputy head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, Maciej Wąsik, referring to the recent police interventions, which resulted in the death of two people, assured: there will be no hiding the guilty parties, we want these matters to be clarified. As he added, there is no place for this type of action in the Polish services.
PAP / TVN24 / Gazeta Wyborcza
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