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Ukraine not to evict far-right National Corps fighters from Zolote-4 in Donbas, - National Police

Troian noted that law enforcement officers visited the building where the National Corps representatives were housed for the purpose of regular inspection
18:26, 28 October 2019

Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Police will not evict anyone from Zolote-4. This was reported by the press service of the National Police of Ukraine with reference to the deputy head of the National Police Vadym Troian.

"Training of police and law enforcement officials is a necessary measure in the area of ​​the Joint Forces Operation. Police will not evict anyone from Zolote-4," the statement informs.

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Troian noted that law enforcement officers visited the building where the National Corps representatives were housed for regular inspection.

"The military police and the police team ran a check, everything is fine, this is a contact, so it should be. We are in a danger zone, we have to work here every day," Troian said.

As we reported earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky came to Donbas and spent two days in Zolote. During the visit, he spoke with the Ukrainian combat veterans who came to fight against Russian occupants voluntarily and demanded to withdraw weapons from the area

Later, the Joint Forces Operation HQ reported that the people in camouflage in Zolote did not belong to any law enforcement agency or the Armed Forces; therefore, they stayed there illegally

Related: Disengagement of forces in Donbas to create preconditions for holding Normandy Summit, - Peskov

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