The police arrested 45 counter-demonstrators, but none of the protesters who carried symbols of white supremacy or who uttered the “Sieg Heil” in a country where the Nazis carried out some of the worst atrocities of the Holocaust. On the contrary, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that the day had been “a great celebration of the Poles, who differ in their views, but united around the common values of freedom and loyalty to an independent homeland. “

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