Slovak extremists are preparing a joint shooting training with their Polish counterparts

Polish extremists are organised to make a trip to Slovakia to train their shooting abilities.

Marian Kotleba (L) and his ĽSNS party members, supportersMarian Kotleba (L) and his ĽSNS party members, supporters (Source: TASR)

The extremists around Marian Kotleba and his ĽSNS party are preparing a joint shooting training in Slovakia with Polish extremists, the Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza wrote.

Members of the extreme right National Radical Camp (Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny, ONR) has been invited to visit Slovak extremists, the ČTK newswire reported on October 3.

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ONR is calling on its members, according to the Polish daily, to restrain from using Nazi symbols in Slovakia, since they could be sentenced for this.

“Before the shooting training, instructions will be given on the use of guns and basic rules effective at a shooting range,” Gazeta Wyborcza quoted the offer of a trip organised by one of the regional ONR organisations. “Then, shooting from short-range and long-range guns will take place under the supervision of instructors.”

The price of 100 zlotys includes a bus ride, water, snacks, accommodation in a boarding house, two magazines of pistol cartridges and ten rifle cartridges, while more ammunition can be bought, ČTK cited the trip offer.

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