This was announced by Interior Minister Arsen Avakov on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.
He called the prosecution's decision about apprehending and prosecuting Oliinyk "a punishment."
"It is much more important for them to anywise discredit the new police, which is an example of reforms and changes...," Avakov wrote in an overly emotional post. "They want everyone to know that their authority - the authority of the old system - is much greater than that of the new one."
He also stressed that the new police will continue operating and replacing the old one, "whatever circumstances and ill-wishers." Avakov said that the apprehended police officer will be defended in court with all means possible.
The minister added that new patrol police was launching in Chernihiv today.
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