In a cemetery in the village of Fredropol (Subcarpathian Voivodeship, Poland) destroyed two of the monument over the grave of a Ukrainian priest and his family. Presumably, the act of vandalism occurred on the eve of all Saints Day, 1 November, when people in Poland visit the graves of their loved ones.
About this newspaper “Our word”, which is issued by the Association of Ukrainians in Poland (OUP).
“When November 1 at the cemetery in Fredropol came the Ukrainians from przemyśl to light the lamps on the graves, I saw some of the monuments destroyed,” – said the Chairman of the przemyśl Department of the Association of Ukrainians in Poland Maria Tucka.
Unknown destroyed in the grave. Ivan Gnatmake. The priest before the Second world war was the rector of the Greek-Catholic parish in the village Kormanik (3 km on Southeast from Fredropol).
The attackers broke a part of the monument with the surname of priest and members of his family.
As emphasized by the publication, OUP will appeal to the Prosecutor with the corresponding statement.
The newspaper also notes that in 2014 in the South-East of Poland took place acts of vandalism and destruction of several Ukrainian monuments, particularly in Orbits on the mountain near the Monastery Verratti, Verrat, Ragrug, Pykulychah, Melodic and Gruzovikah.