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Ukrainian law enforcers will guard Russian embassy on September 18 in usual mode, - Groysman
16:32, 17 September 2016
Ukrainian law enforcers will guard Russian embassy on September 18 in usual mode, - Groysman

Despite the ban, Russian diplomats said that polling stations in any case will be opened

16:32, 17 September 2016

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Ukrainian law enforcement officers will guard the Russian embassy on September 18 in the usual mode. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman  at the opening of second day of the 13th annual YES meeting in Kyiv, reports "Interfax-Ukraine".

"Ukraine - it is a very civilized country, we will do everything as required by international law. We are not going to protect the electoral process of the Russian Federation. In fact, in Kyiv, there is an order, no matter what day of the week is today. Therefore, the law enforcement system will perform its functions in a usual mode, "- he said.

Recall, last night in Kyiv uncnown people attacked the embassy of the Russian Federation. They threw firecrackers, some of which caused ignitions.

On Sunday, in the building of the Russian Embassy polling stations on the election to the State Duma of the Russian Federation had to be opened. But, despite the ban, Russian diplomats said that the stations in any case will be opened.

As previously reported, on September 8 Verkhovna Rada adopted a resolution which called on the parliaments of the world not to recognize the elections to the State Duma in the territory of Crimea.

Related: US does not intend to recognize results of elections in occupied Crimea, - State Department

Related: Kuchma: Ukrainian, Russian energy ministers to meet in Minsk on September 21

Related: Groysman on the incident with Russian Embassy: Hooliganism is unacceptable

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