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The Russian Foreign Ministry expects that Poland will officially apologize for the mugging of children of Russian diplomats in Warsaw
“There have been no official apologies as of yet,” sources from the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday. “Polish Ambassador in Moscow Stefan Meller, who visited the Foreign Ministry, expressed regrets over the incident,” the sources said. “Polish representatives also express regrets in their contacts with the Russian embassy in Warsaw,” they added. “Nevertheless, we are expecting an official apology,” the sources stressed. “The host country must ensure security of the diplomatic personnel and members of the families of diplomats lawfully accredited in Poland,” they stressed. “This is envisaged by the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations of 1961,” they added. Thus, “an official apology of the Polish side is not only appropriate, but is enacted by the existing international laws and practice,” they emphasized. Poland does not have to apologize for the assault on children of Russian diplomats, chief of staff of Poland’s president Waldemar Dubaniowski said on the radio on Tuesday. He said such incidents could happen anywhere and they do not require any political gestures like apologies. About 15 young men shouted anti-Russian slogans and battered three children of Russian diplomats and a child from Kazakhstan in Warsaw on Sunday evening.
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