Unknown individuals set fire to the gym door of Berlin’s Lomonosov Russian-German bilingual school late Friday, according to Berlin police.
The police, on the other hand, stated that no one was injured as a result of the arson.
“Unknown individuals set fire to the entrance of a gym in Marzahn this morning, prompting the Berlin Criminal Police Office to launch an investigation.”
When a passer-by observed smoke in the gym of the German-Russian school at approximately 3.20 a.m. (02:20 GMT), he alerted the fire department and the police, according to the police.
According to the report, the police attempted to put out the fire at first, but the fire service had to intervene to keep the fire from spreading.
“The fire, which according to the ongoing investigation was started by the unknown with the use of an incendiary device, damaged the building’s coating.
“Nobody was injured. The investigation continues,’’ the police said.
The network of Lomonosov bilingual private schools has been operating in Berlin since 2006.
They offered primary and secondary education in Russian and German.
Russian premises abroad have been subjected to occasional assaults after the government launched an operation in Ukraine on Feb. 24.
The special military operation was in response to calls for help from the breakaway republics of Donetsk and Luhansk in countering the aggression of Ukrainian troops.
The Russian Defence Ministry said the operation was targeting Ukrainian military infrastructure only.
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