According to Abroskin, he arrived to the city together with his deputy, police colonel Serhii Kniaziev yesterday and met with the residents of the city who had gathered at Lomonosov Avenue, where an accident took place earlier in the afternoon.
"There were 30-50 young people between 18 and 30 years of age at about 11 p.m. who, in the majority, were under the influence of liquor. They demanded fair and immediate punishment for war criminals whose actions led to a child's death. They were talking about the behavior of the military in the city and insisted on prohibition of the sale of alcoholic beverages to them," Abroskin wrote.
In addition, he noted that the residents were also worried about payment of wages and mobilization issue: "And, of course, people asked when there will be peace."
"We persuaded the most of the crowd to break up. The street is not the best place to solve problems," Abroskin said.
"The police of Kostiantynivka are currently in high alert regime. All the details of mass unrest were recorded. The organizers' identities were established. The situation in the city is stable," he concluded.