Censor.NET reports citing his Facebook page.
Klychko said that public interests are a priority in such cases like the Osokorky conflict, and promised to put a bill on vote in Kyiv city council on cancellation of the construction agreement for the site in question.
Klychko's message appeared after all the detained protesters were released and Bazhan prospect opened for regular traffic.
As reported earlier, the night before the activists smashed a fence around the building site near the Osokorky station in Kyiv and blocked one of the main transport routes of the city - Bazhan prospect. The protesters demanded that the construction, which they call illegal, was stopped and all the people detained by police during the protest action were released.