The Interior Ministry personnel were sent to the border between Cherkasy and Kyiv regions to rescue more than 100 trucks that still remain stuck in snow piles.
Law enforcers are investigating a criminal case into the explosion of the car of Georgian citizen Timur Makhauri, who was killed in the blast on Friday, Sept. 8, and analyzing the video from the scene.
Statements of mass detentions of activists supporting former Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili are unfounded.
Communications department director of Interior Ministry of Ukraine Artem Shevchenko has confirmed that Chechen volunteer Adam Osmaev was attacked by Artur Kurmakaev (Denisultanov).
The person who attacked Adam Osmaev and Amina Okueva on June 1 in Kyiv has been questioned by investigators.
Spokesperson for the Interior Ministry Artem Shevchenko said that use of excessive force in self-defense that was entered into the Unified Registry of pre-trial investigations after a house owner shot dead an armed robber in Kyiv’s larger area was common practice in police work.
Ukraine’s Interior Ministry Communications Department Chief Artem Shevchenko showed weapons seized from the Donbas blockade participants.
One of the organizers of the robbery was a former officer of the Main Department for Organized Crime Control.
The police have detained two more suspected members of the gang that was plotting a robbery in Kniazhychi, the Kyiv region, where five police servicemen were killed on Dec. 4.
The Interior Ministry says it cannot confirm information that a sixth police officer was killed in the Kniazhychi skirmish near Kyiv.
The Kyiv National Police Investigation Department together with the prosecutor's office are conducting investigative activities in respect of businessman Borys Kaufman and National Bank of Ukraine's Deputy Head Kateryna Rozhkova.
Today, Sept. 26, law enforcers intend to question the man who allegedly killed two police officers in Dnipro City on Sept. 25.
Oleksandr Puhachov, who allegedly killed two patrol police officers in Dnipro City, was shot by the policeman Artem Kutushev, who was subsequently killed in the skirmish.
Police is considering all possible versions of the killing of well-known reporter Pavel Sheremet in a blast in Kyiv's downtown.