Eight police officers were injured during the mass events in Ukraine on May 9. This was reported by the press service of the National Police.
"According to operational information, during our work to provide the security of the mass events participants, eight police officers were injured: one in Kyiv, one in Zaporizhya, and six more in the Dnipro," the report said.
It is noted that the events for the Victory Day over Nazism in the Second World War are now continuing in the state. In them, according to preliminary estimates, about 50 thousand citizens have already taken part. In total, about 30,000 law enforcement officers provide public security and order in the state, including 10 thousand in Kyiv.
As it was reported, during the day about fifty people were brought to the police for various offenses. As the law enforcers clarified, basically - for using prohibited symbols.
Earlier we reported that the ‘military parade’ and the ‘Undead Regiment’ march took place in the militant-held Donetsk.
Aleksandr Zakharchenko, the leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, led the column of the march’s participants; those who followed him carried portraits of the deceased militant leaders Givi and Motorola.