Ministry condemns attack on Israeli students in Warsaw

In a tweeted statement on the matter the ministry wrote that that it "decidedly condemned" aggression against foreigners on Polish territory, and opposed all violence. /Twitter

The Polish Foreign Ministry on Sunday condemned a Saturday attack on a group of Israeli students outside a Warsaw night club. According to media the assailants spoke Arabic.

In a tweeted statement on the matter the ministry wrote that that it "decidedly condemned" aggression against foreigners on Polish territory, and opposed all violence.

Poland's ambassador in Israel, Marek Magierowski, wrote on Twitter that there was "no substantiation" for such "barbaric acts", and voiced hope for the victims' prompt recuperation. Twitter

On Saturday the Rzeczpospolita national daily wrote online that a group of Israeli students were attacked by Arabic-speaking assailants at around 4:00 am while leaving a Warsaw night club. Two of the students needed medical aid after the incident.

Poland's ambassador in Israel, Marek Magierowski, wrote on Twitter that there was "no substantiation" for such "barbaric acts", and voiced hope for the victims' prompt recuperation.