Alla Hayatova wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"The last tribute to Right Sector soldiers Dok and Hutsul, killed overnight into Sunday, has been paid on the Maidan Nezalezhnosti today (June 14, 2016 - Ed.). Serhii Tyshchenko wrote that Commandos of the Kirovohrad SOF regiment and 8th SOF regiment from Khmelnytskyi, servicemen of the Center for Special Operations "A", Civil Defense Directorate members, the paratroopers of the 95th, 79th and 25th Separate Airmobile Brigades, soldiers of the 28th Separate Mechanized Brigade, 128th Separate Mountain Infantry Brigade, 72nd Separate Mechanized Brigade, 24th Separate Assault Battalion Aidar, Patrol Police Special Operations Battalion Luhanshchyna and Kyiv, border guards, as well as the Ukrainian MPs Volodymyr Parasiuk and Ihor Mosiichuk have come on the Maidan Nezalezhnosti to say farewell to the fellows-in-arms from the Right Sector Dok and Hutsul... Rest in peace! Heroes never die! Glory to Ukraine!" she wrote.
She also noted that resident of Zakarpattia Dok was buried in his hometown of Khust today.
Photo by Pavel Bahmut
Earlier, photos of fighters of the Ukrainian Volunteer Corps Right Sector, who were killed on the night of June 11 as a result of the artillery strike conducted by the militants of the Russian hybrid army on the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces' position near Butivka mine north of Donetsk, were published on the Internet.
On Sunday morning, Kyiv-1 Battalion Commander Yevhen Deidei and Right Sector Medical Service Head Yana Zinkevych reported that four Ukrainian volunteers from the Right Sector who were holding positions at Butivka mine were killed as a result of the heavy artillery strike on the ATO forces on the night of June 11. This information was confirmed by many volunteers and military reporters. According to them, about 20 volunteers from Right Sector and Aidar Battalion were injured in the shelling.
However, the Defense Ministry's press service claimed that Ukrainian troops sustained no losses within the abovementioned period.