In Finland, a man attacked the head of the local Foreign Ministry Timo Soini, Yle reports.
According to the report, the incident occurred at a market in the city of Vantaa, where Finnish political parties campaigned for the parliamentary elections.
According to Soini, one of the men tried to hit him but was stopped on time by the security guard of the event.
The attacker had clothes with the symbols of the "Soldiers of Odin" movement, anti-immigrant group founded in Kemi, Finland.
At the moment, the attacker is detained for resisting the security forces.
As noted by the police, an attempt to attack the minister is also being investigated.
Soini continued to meet with voters after the incident.
Earlier, as part of a pre-election campaign, president Poroshenko has visited Cherkasy on March 9. Far-right National Corps came to ask Poroshenko, why no criminal proceeding against his close associate Oleg Gladkovsky, suspected of major and systematic embezzlement in Ukraine's army, was launched. The far-right tried to block the motorcade of the head of state and started provoking ordinary residents of Cherkasy and the police to fight. The far-right tried to break to the scene, they used pyrotechnics, but Poroshenko managed to retreat. The law enforcement officers used coercive measures; 19 police officers were hospitalized.