• 13/07/2024 17:41

Detentions at the “farmers’ march” in Warsaw: the police explained what caused the high degree of aggression among the “activists”

ByJohn Newman

Mar 7, 2024

Yesterday, March 7, local hunters, beekeepers, miners and others joined a large-scale action of Polish farmers – protests against the import of agricultural products from Ukraine, demanding the abolition of the “European Green Deal”, took place in many cities Poland, including the capital.

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Detentions at the Farmers' March in Warsaw: the police explained what caused the high degree of aggression in Warsaw

Photo – ukrinform.ua

About the fact that at least 50 percent of the individuals detained at the so-called “march” farmers” in the capital of Poland, found themselves in a very drunken state, writes NBN, referring to the X-account of the Warsaw police.

Based on the information published by the Warsaw police, they can note alcohol significantly increases the level of aggression.

On in particular, on Wednesday, March 7th, of 26 detained protesters (threw paving stones at law enforcement officers and broke into the parliament building), almost half were in  ;drunk. It is also worth emphasizing that 1.6 ppm of alcohol (about 0.5 liters of vodka) was found in the “record holder’s” body.

Previously, our news portal informed about which checkpoints near the Ukrainian border Polish protesters block as much as possible.

nbnews.com.ua

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