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 No gross violations of public order recorded in Ukraine during mass rallies dedicated to V-Day, - National Police

About 25,000 members of several agencies, including the police, the National Guard, and the State Emergency Service are involved in public order protection across the country.

Censor.NET reports citing the press service of the National Police of Ukraine.

The report reads: "Kyiv, Odesa, Kharkiv, and Lviv were the key cities where the mass rallies took place. Minor incidents were recorded during the actions in these cities. However, these conflicts were localized and their further escalation was prevented thanks to the timely intervention of police.

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"In particular, about 3,000 people attended the mass actions in Kyiv, according to the police estimates. The law enforcers recorded minor scuffles between the supporters of different views. The police separated the participants of the incidents and provided sensitization to them.

"The police detained one citizen with a bladed weapon. Prohibited symbols and instigating leaflets were seized from another two persons who were taken to the police precinct.

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"Another incident took place in Kharkiv. A scuffle broke out among the participants of mass actions there. One policeman was injured as a result of careless actions of one of the rally participants. The incident was settled, no one was apprehended.

"A conflict arose between representatives of one of the political forces and veterans in Cherkasy due to the attempts to unfurl a red flag with Soviet symbols.

"The overall situation in the country as of 4 p.m. remains calm and controlled by the law enforcers."

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