Fifty people detained after riots in Kiev

Fifty people detained after riots in Kiev

Moscow. 3 Mar. INTERFAX.RU — Ukrainian police cleared the tent camp in Kyiv at the Verkhovna Rada of protesters detained 50 people.

“50 people were taken to the police,” — said the head of the national police in Kiev, Andriy kryschenko, the TV channel “112. Ukraine”.

According to him, six protesters asked for medical assistance, also injured four police officers.

According to Krishchenko, investigations in the camp held in the framework of the investigation into the events of 27 February, when injured 15 police officers.

As the correspondent of Agency “Interfax-Ukraine”, currently at the tent city are law enforcement officers.

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“Now continuing the inspection (the tent city — if). Removed a few items, they are visually similar to grenades, cocktails, pre-made bottles.. stick to inflict bodily harm”, — he said.

In turn, MP from the faction “Samopomich”, one of the coordinators of the campaign Yegor Sobolev confirmed the Agency “Interfax-Ukraine” that the protesters in front of Parliament in a tent camp remained after the operational-investigative actions the members of the National guard fold the tent.

“The assault began at about 7 am. Now all the area is surrounded by the National guard, and national guardsmen are forced to dismantle the tent after work there are investigative groups that are looking for something or they throw something”, Sobolev said the Agency “Interfax-Ukraine”.