"The lawmakers were taken to a private plane after a short stay in the VIP-lounge, where they were evacuated to from the outraged pro-Ukrainian activists. The uninvited guests eventually flew to Kyiv by a charter flight," the news outlet reported.
"The Occupants' bloc heads left Odesa! Glory to Ukrainian patriots from Odesa! Glory to Ukraine! Together we are the force to be reckoned with!" People's Front faction MP Andrii Levus wrote on Facebook and posted picture of departing aircraft.
"Putin's revenge-seekers and the Russian secret services' agents of influence from the pro-Kremlin Opposition Bloc - MPs Boiko, Novinskyi and Bakulin - have flown the hell out of Odesa. The plotted political provocation has failed! There is no room in patriotic Odesa for the followers of the "Russian world" personally responsible for the tragedy of May 2, 2014. I am grateful to the Ukrainian patriots for their patience, understanding, respect for public order and rule of law, cooperation with the law enforcement agencies. Glory to Ukraine!" Adviser to Interior Minister Zorian Shkiriak wrote on Facebook.
"Three opposition bloc MPs arrived at the Odesa International Airport today. About 50 pro-Ukrainian activists demanding not to let the lawmakers in the city also came there. Almost 80 people have blocked Ukrainian MP's access to the city around 1 p.m. The National Police leadership including Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Serhii Yarovyi and Odesa region Police Chief Giorgi Lortkipanidze arrived at the Odesa airport to negotiate with the people's deputies to avoid disorders. The guests of the city decided to leave Odesa in the course of negotiations," Odesa region police commented on the incident.