Russian Ambassador to Poland Sergey Andreyev was flooded with paint while attending the ceremonies in the mausoleum built for the soldiers of the Soviet Union who lost their lives in the Second World War in Warsaw, the capital city of Poland, on 9 May.
Following the attack, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Polish Ambassador to Russia, Krzysztof Krajewski, to the Ministry and demanded an official apology.
In a statement made by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “Russia is waiting for an official apology from the Polish administration for the incident and demands the safety of the Russian Ambassador and all employees of the Russian institutions in Poland . Depending on the reaction of Warsaw to our demands, A decision will be made on further steps,” it said.
AKIN THE RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR
As Andreyev lays a wreath at the monument built for the soldiers of the Soviet Union who lost their lives in the Second World War in Warsaw, a group shouted “Fascists” and shouted Russia and Andreyev. He started to protest, and the cluster threw the red paint they had brought with them into the ambassador’s face.