In both countries, many rushed to attack attributed phantom "Russian DIVERZANTI"
Polish state prosecutor opened an investigation into the shooting a bazooka at the Consulate General of this country in zapadnoukrajinskom city of Lutsk.
A spokesman for the Polish Prosecutor - Eva Bjalik - said that in her country for such an attack can get up to 10 years in prison.
The attack occurred on the night of 28 on 29 March. The missile hit the wall posts - only 20 centimeters from the room where he slept at that time an assistant consulate.
Polish Consul General in Lutsk, Krzysztof Savickij, said that was a "terror act" and underlined that it is backed by professionals.
Ukrainian investigators "terrorist act" are considered only one of the possible versions of what happened.
Otherwise, in Kiev were hastily announced that it was a "provocation that goes into the hands of Russia," even - and that "behind it all Russian commandos".