A criminal proceeding has been launched on the fact of yesterday's conflict between the police and participants of the blockade led by people's deputy of Ukraine Volodymyr Parasiuk.
Activists blocking trade with the occupied Donbas have triggered conflicts with the police near Kharkiv and at a checkpoint near Sloviansk (the Donetsk region).
The National Police has released activists of the Donbas trade blockade detained at the Kryvyi Torets crossing point.
Head of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Donetsk region Viacheslav Abroskin was appointed a deputy head of the National Police of Ukraine.
Participants of the civic action aimed at blocking trade with the occupied Donbas are not going to comply with the ban on import of firearms, including those licensed, into the Donetsk region imposed under the order of region’s Police Chief Viacheslav Abroskin.
A conflict occurred at Kryvyi Torets railway station, where participants of the Donbas transport blockade are stationed.
One civilian was killed in the Russian militants’ heavy artillery strike that hit Avdiivka’s residential neighborhood late on Feb. 16.
Last night, enemy artillery struck a residential area in the so-called “old Avdiivka” (a part of the town closer to the front line). The attack damaged civilian homes; one house has been completely obliterated by fire. So far, no casualties have been reported.
The head of the National Police in the Donetsk region Viacheslav Abroskin reported that the pro-Russian troops shelled the village of Sartana in the Mariupol sector last night on Feb.3.
Donetsk region National Police Chief Viacheslav Abroskin says the militants committed heavy artillery strike on Avdiivka this evening and later continued shelling the town with mortars. The enemy also intensified attacks on Marinka and Krasnohorivka.
A dead woman with shrapnel wounds to the leg, most likely received as a result of a mortar attack upon the government-controlled territory of Ukraine committed by the "DPR" militants, was found on a highway in the Donetsk region.
A police precinct was opened in the village council building of Novoluhanske, the Donetsk region, on Jan. 2.
Citizen of Ukraine Olena Pavlova, the widow of recently killed terrorist chieftain Motorola, has forged her passport using a blank stolen in Sloviansk in 2014.