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    Explosion in Poland’s Police HQ to be investigated says gov’t spokesman

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    An explosion that injured Poland’s police chief when a gift he had received during a trip to Ukraine exploded is under investigation, the government spokesperson said on Friday.

    Piotr Mueller said the outcome of the inquiry would determine whether there would be personal consequences.

    “The prosecution and Polish (security – ed.) services took the appropriate steps immediately following the incident,” Mueller told a press conference.

    He added that the inquiry will take several days.

    The Interior Ministry reported on Thursday that a gift received by Jarosław Szymczyk, the head of the police, during his visit to Ukraine exploded on Wednesday morning in a room adjacent to his office.

    Szymczyk suffered minor injuries and has been hospitalised for further monitoring, the ministry said.


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