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Kyiv police released last detainee after March of Equality
18:17, 18 June 2017
Kyiv police released last detainee after March of Equality

The "supporting group" of the detainees also left the building of Shevchenkivsky District Police Department

18:17, 18 June 2017

112 Agency

Kyiv police released the last, the sixth detained during the March of equality in the city,  reports 112 Ukraine TV channel correspondent.

The detained was a member of the Right Sector organization. According to him, only in the district police department he was told that he was detained for throwing unknown items at the police, the police drafted protocols, but none of the detainees signed them. The court will select the measure of restraint in a few days, "the reporter said.

Another five detainees were released earlier.

We recall, today in the center of Kyiv took place the March of Equality, attended by many human rights and LGBT activists. During the march, the opponents of it were surrounded  by the police, there were several skirmishes with law enforcers. As a result, six people were detained. According to the head of the National Police in Kyiv, Andriy Kryshchenko, two policemen received light injuries.

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