Man beaten near Russian Embassy in Kyiv
Later, there was a skirmish between police, protesters and citizens of Russia, who came to vote
Near the Russian Embassy in Kyiv, was beaten a man who is likely to come to vote during elections to the State Russian Duma. This was reported by the correspondent of the TV channel "112 Ukraine".
"Now came a citizen of the Russian Federation to vote, but protesters do not allow him. Policemen are trying to push back the protesters, so they do not interfere with the election process, but so far continues verbal sparring. I note that there are about 300 law enforcers "- said the reporter.
According to him, the number of protesters is about a hundred."We see a person being pushed back. There is a fight . He is a Russian Federation citizen. The skirmish continues. We see that the man was kicked several times, "- said the reporter.
Later, there was a skirmish between police, protesters and citizens of Russia, who came to vote.
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