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 Police release OUN Commander Kokhanivskyi and other activists detained in Sunday’s clashes in Kyiv. PHOTO

Commander of Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) volunteer movement Mykola Kokhanivskyi, detained during a scuffle between the Donbas blockade supporters and police in downtown Kyiv on Sunday, was released from the Desnianskyi district police precinct.

As reported by Censor.NET, Radical Party faction MP Ihor Mosiichuk wrote on his Facebook page.

"OUN Commander Mykola Kokhanivskyi has been released! His fellows-in-arms met him at the entrance to the Desnianskyi police precinct. Glory to Ukraine!" he wrote and posted photos of Kokhanivskyi and his supporters in front of the police precinct.

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Police release OUN Commander Kokhanivskyi and other activists detained in Sunday’s clashes in Kyiv 01

Mosiichuk confirmed that all other detainees were also released.


As reported, the supporters of the occupied Donbas blockade put up a tent near the presidential administration building, at the crossing of Bankova and Instytutska Streets in Kyiv. They later blocked Instytutska Street leaving just a narrow passage for pedestrians.

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After that, the activists tried to put up a tent outside the Presidential Administration building. Four protesters, including OUN Volunteer movement branch chairman Mykola Kokhanivskyi were detained as a result of clashes between the rally participants and the law enforcement officers.



 
 
 
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