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Raiders in balaclavas did not seize military unit in Odesa, - police
18:42, 29 October 2017
Raiders in balaclavas did not seize military unit in Odesa, - police

According to the police, ordinary builders came to the site and started work near the base territory, but not in it

18:42, 29 October 2017

Press service of the National Police

The Odesa region police denied official statement of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the seizure of military unit near Odesa. According to law enforcers, ordinary builders arrived and started work near the base territory, but not in it. This was reported by the adviser to the head of the National Police in Odesa region, Ruslan Forostyak on the air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.

Indeed, the duty unit received a report on the actions, the policemen left to the scene and found that, firstly, the construction work was taking place on the territory adjacent to the military, that is beyond its borders. The developer has all the necessary documents from local authorities. In addition, having examined the cameras and having studied the materials it was found out that these were no unidentified persons in balaclavas, but ordinary builders. The usual construction process without violence. I know that the conflict has been going on for a long time, and the reason is that the lands beyond the fence of the military unit are of interest to both military men and different people. I know that the city council allocated part of this land for the construction of a hypermarket," Forostyak said.

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The police did not open any criminal production.

Also Forostyak added that the property, about the seizing of which was said in the military unit, was in fact construction rubbish.

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