Protesters arrive to Poroshenko's house in Kyiv region
Police and National Guard soldiers are on duty on the perimeter
Protesters who do not agree with the course of case of Ukrainian military, "Aydar" batallion commander Valentyn Lyholit, arrived at the house of President Petro Poroshenko in Kozyn, Kyiv region. This was reported by "Radio Liberty" on Facebook.
The report notes that the entry into the residence of the head of state is barred by bus, also there are police and National Guard soldiers on duty on the perimeter.
Let us remind, Pechersk court arrested for 2 months battalion commander Valentyn Lykholit. He and another soldier of "Aydar" - Igor Radchenko - suspected of organizing gangs and armed assaults.
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