The three Polish ministers appointed to carry out an urgent visit to the United Kingdom after the attacks on the Polish men.
Two Poles were attacked on Sunday, hours after the sit-in and march to honor AREK Jozwik,
who died after an attack in the same town of Harlow, Essex.
A spokesman for the Polish Foreign Ministry Rafal Sobczak said the foreign affairs and justice in the country’s interior ministers to fly to London.
Set a date for the visit, but has not yet been selected.
Police said the attack on the Poles two “possible hate crime”
and one victim a broken nose,
and the other a head wound.
He said the four officers or five men outside a bar in Aylmer William Kitson Way,
Harlow, the pair attacked Sunday morning.
The latest attack erupted in Harlow on August 27 violence at Arcadyouc (AREK) Jozwik (40 years),
who was wounded in the head and died later on Monday.
He was arrested six teenagers suspected in the killing of Mr. Jozwik.
Supt Trevor Roe “and
said the attack episode and appalling” Kitson in the road was not being linked to an attack on the assassin Mr. Jozwik in the town last weekend.
The attack took place at 03:35 GMT,
after hundreds of people less than 12 hours – including Poles
from all over the United Kingdom – had gathered in the town for a silent march to remember Mr. Jozwik.
at Princess Alexandra Hospital in the city.
Supt Roe said: “Although we are studying this issue as a possible hate crime,
is not linked with the attack (on Mr. Jozwik) in Stowe shopping center at the end of last week.
“I want to reassure the public and the community in Harlow
we treat this seriously not tolerate attacks of any kind.
“There will be an increasing number of police patrols
visible in Harlow both reassure and protect the community.
“Harlow is a powerful and flexible society,
but I understand the concerns that the recent events will cause.”
Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski,
Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro and Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak three ministers are planning to visit the United Kingdom.
Mr. Sobczak Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo also wants to talk directly to the prime minister Theresa May for the recent attacks.
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