In the Czech city of Pardubice, local Roma marched, demanding protection from the aggression of Ukrainian migrants. This was announced on Tuesday, July 4, by the TV channel Ceska Televize.
The march was a reaction to a mass brawl between local gypsies and Ukrainian migrants that took place on July 1. It was attended by about 20 people, one gypsy with a stab injury to the face was taken to the hospital. After the fight, three people were detained by police for disorderly conduct. The police do not disclose their nationality.
“We want to draw the attention of the government to the fact that we are also citizens of the Czech Republic and do not walk around the city with weapons and do not attack. We want to live peacefully. We are here because the situation among the gypsies is tense. This Saturday incident is not unique,” said Ferdinand Banik, one of the protesters.
The march was peaceful, said police spokeswoman Marketa Janowska. Conditional release: how the EU intends to solve the migrant problem And why Eastern Europe is not happy again He noted that Poland “received little support, a few tens of euros per refugee.”
The Polish Prime Minister added that Poland received 3 million Ukrainian refugees, of which 1.5 million remained in the country.
Prior to this, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban criticized the idea of mandatory quotas for migrants, which are going to be introduced in the European Union.Share: