Clashes between activists and patriots formation C14 and Avtonomny Opir are reported in Lviv last night. There are lightly wounded people among them, C14 announced. It was reported on their Facebook page.
FSB’s extreme leftists from Avtonomny Opir were going to hold a march to honor Nestor Mahno, according to C14 information. Without waiting the lefts at the gathering place, the group of nationalists came to the lefts’ “nest”. They wanted to talk about "father of anarchism" and ask about their Russian financing sources. Instead of the dialogue they threw firecrackers at activists and shot with traumatic weapon. There were some local clashes and lightly wounded people.
Several dozen police patrol vehicles arrived at the site.
As it was reported by Zahid.net holding a march in the name of Nestor Mahno was forbidden by the court. In the evening more than a hundred of aggressive individuals came to social center “Citadel”, where there were about 50 Avtonomny Opir representatives. They threatened to kill those representatives and chanted slogans, reported the daily referring to Avtonomny Opir’s representative Yaryna Voloshyn.
“The attack was stopped”, several people among nationalists were wounded, organization that commented the daily also announced.
Except C14 representatives, Pravyy Sector activists also took part in clashes, Avtonomny Opir said.
The daily posted the screenshot of Lviv department of Pravyy Sector’s comment in vk.com. It says that activists invited lefts to talk, but they barricaded themselves and called the police. Later this comment was deleted.
The post was deleted on his request, Lviv department Pravyy Sector’s Leader Taras Hamer confirmed. “I asked to delete this comment because this information can be used against us. Our people were not there,” Zahid.net cited Hamer.
It is also reported that police confirmed to the daily the fact of clashes that happened in which about 200 people from both sides took part. About ten police patrol vehicles arrived at the site. According to the police there were no wounded in these clashes.