"Mass events in the country went smoothly and without gross violations of public order. The most massive ones were in Kyiv, Odesa, Dnipro and Zaporizhya. At the moment, memorable events have ended almost everywhere. Nearly 22,000 law enforcement officers were involved in guarding order. 19,300 policemen and 2,500 servicemen of the National Guard are among them," the message says.
According to Trakalo, the police opened three criminal proceedings under the article "hooliganism". In the Dnipropetrovsk region offenders stoned buses with people who moved from Krivyi Rih to Dnipro. Then columns of people were poured with red paint.
The woman tried to enter the territory, where the march took place, in a T-shirt of colors of the St. George's ribbon.
The legislation of Ukraine equates it to the symbolism of totalitarian regimes. A public demonstration of such signs involves administrative liability.
After a verbal dispute and refusal to stop the offense, Berezhna was arrested by the police.
It should be noted that last year Olena Berezhna was detained during the march Immortal Regiment for the same reason.
Let us recall, Olena Berezhna is known for her anti-Ukrainian views, publications in social networks and regular appearances on Russian television. Her daughter, Irina Berezhna, died on August 5, 2017, in a car accident on the Adriatic coast.