Poland’s Foreign Ministry has “strongly condemned” a Saturday attack on a group of Israeli students outside a Warsaw nightclub that was allegedly perpetrated by Arabic-speaking individuals.
The ministry tweeted on Sunday that “the case of attack on Israeli citizens by foreigners on the territory of Poland is investigated by the police.”
According to the Polish “Rzeczpospolita” daily’s news website, a group of Israeli students was attacked by Arabic-speaking assailants at around 4:00 am while leaving a Warsaw night club. Two of the students needed medical aid following the incident.
#Poland MFA strongly condemns any acts of aggression committed by (and against) foreigners in Poland.— Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🇵🇱 (@PolandMFA) September 8, 2019
The case of attack on Israeli 🇮🇱citizens by foreigners on the territory of Poland is investigated by the police.
We oppose any forms of violence! https://t.co/RO2wzSNSw4
A despicable act of barbarism. There’s no justification for violence. I believe the perpetrators will be detained shortly. I wish Yotam and others a prompt recovery. https://t.co/DEeGw7c849— Marek Magierowski (@mmagierowski) September 8, 2019