“In total, four people, who came to watch the Champions League Final appealed to us. All four cases are connected with losing property or documents. For now, we are deciding whether we will qualify these incidents as crimes and whether we will enlist them to Ukraine’s Unified Registry of Pre-Trial Investigation,” Kryshchenko noted.
As we reported earlier, Kyiv special forces detained 18 people, who were making provocations, near the entrance to NSC Ompiyskiy. Later, it was reported that all the detainees were released.
More than 20,200 fans came in Kyiv to watch the Champions League Final. Around 10,000 law enforcers were maintaining order in the capital.
The game itself ended with Real's victory.