Photo: Getty Images Actionist undressed and chained themselves in front of the gate with the famous inscription “Work makes you free”
In local mass media there was information that the protesters in this way tried to speak out against the conflict in Ukraine.
Several young people Friday slaughtered sheep at the entrance of the former Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland, according to the Museum.
Then the young men, among whom were both men and women, undressed and chained themselves to each other in front of the gate of the camp, where hangs the famous inscription “Work makes you free”.
According to local media, the protesters hung on the gate a banner with the words “love” and filmed action on a camera in the drone.
Police have detained 11 people involved in the action, the correspondent bi-Bi-si in Poland. AFP reports on 14 of the detainees.
Most of the detainees were poles, but local media reported that among them were also citizens of Germany and Belarus .
The police Agence France-Presse reported that now participants of the action questioned, and on the scene are the police.
A police spokesman explained that the incident will be reported to the Prosecutor, and the participants will be, probably, the accusations of desecration of the monument.
In local mass media there was information that the protesters such an extraordinary way tried to speak out against the armed conflict in Ukraine.
“We are shocked and outraged by attempts to use the memorial object for the protests that desecrates the memory of thousands of victims,” said Agence France Presse the representative of the Museum. According to him, in the Museum this happened for the first time.
Previously the social network condemned the showers at the entrance to the Auschwitz concentration camp.
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