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Ukrainian gift explodes at Polish police headquarters

Randy Mancini 3 December 15, 2022
A police officer wearing a face mask patrols in his car during a protest by a few dozens of entrepreneurs in the center of Warsaw on March 31, 2020 against the insufficient governmental measures to help to reduce the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the economical situation. - The demonstrators stayed in their cars to prevent violation of the ban of public meetings as they blocked one of Warsaw's main squares. Poland's government on March 31, 2020 further tightened measures taken to curb the spread of coronavirus, notably restricting the freedom of movement of youths, closing parks and hotels and limiting the number of shoppers. (Photo by Wojtek RADWANSKI / AFP) (Photo by WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP via Getty Images)
A police officer wearing a face mask patrols in his car during a protest by a few dozens of entrepreneurs in the center of Warsaw on March 31, 2020 against the insufficient governmental measures to help to reduce the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic on the economical situation. (Photo by WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

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UPDATED 2:55 PM PT – Thursday, December 15, 2022

A gift that was given to Poland’s top police commander during his recent visit to Ukraine exploded at the national police headquarters in Warsaw on Wednesday.

General Jaroshaw Szymcayk met with leaders of the Ukrainian police and emergency service on Sunday and Monday. There, he received the gift. The gift itself has not been specified.

🇵🇱💥Yesterday an explosion took place in the Main Police Department of Warsaw – the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Poland reports.

One of the gifts received by the chief commandant of the Polish police Yaroslav Szymczyk, from 🇺🇦 colleagues, exploded. pic.twitter.com/zt6JqBLewq