Attackers of activists of the organization Patriots - For Life headed by MP Ilya Kiva were in the car owned by head of the National Corps of Dnipropetrovsk region Ivan Kurylenko as Strana reported.
Deputy Interior Minister Anton Herashchenko published on Facebook the photos of Volkswagen with license plate of Dnipropetrovsk region when he reported about the detention of 14 people suspected in the attack.
The car with such a license plate, according to Strana sources in the law enforcement bodies, is registered for Ivan P. Kurylenko.
A person with such name, according to open sources, is the head of Dnipropetrovsk National Corps. He participated in last elections to the Verkhovna Rada from Svoboda party.
His declaration includes two Volkswagen Transporter vehicles.
Earlier, on August 27, on Kyiv-Kharkiv highway near Lyubotyn, representatives of the National Corps and Azov carried out an armed attack on a bus transporting 22 people of the Patriots For Life organization. The bus was blocked and the bus was shelled from automatic arms. Two people received gunshot wounds, they are in serious condition. After shelling from automatic weapons the members of Patriots - For Life organization, the attackers were shooting from traumatic weapons, as a result of which two more people were injured. During the attack, one member of the organization was kidnapped. This was reported by the press service of the Opposition Platform – For Life.
"This crime of the National Corps and Azov is a consequence of the impunity of the far-right radicals acting under the direct patronage and incitement of the authorities, including President Zelensky, who openly declares his support for their position," the party's statement says.
At the same time, MP from the Opposition Platform - For Life party Oleh Voloshyn said that his political force will ask the European Parliament to recognize the "National Corps" as a terrorist organization.
President Volodymyr Zelensky also reacted to this incident. He stressed that the impunity of certain individuals gave rise to lawlessness, and therefore, investigations in such cases should be carried out quickly, and the court should be impartial.
“We have been listening to the slogan 'Law is the same for everybody' for decades. But we see what empty promises lead to! Many law enforcement agencies have focused on economic and corruption crimes, which are certainly important to fight, but we must prevent a return to the 90s with brazen showdowns on the streets," Zelensky said.