“Due to his (Saakashvili’s) aggressive rhetorics, highly aggressive people follow him. We seized 20 kg of plastid from one of them. Just for the record, 20 kg of plastid can blow up a whole wall of the Verkhovna Rada, and it’s the fact,” he said.
Lutsenko also assures that the law enforcers detained a group of people with a weapon arsenal who intended to seize the Parliament.
He also said that one of the protesters intended to throw a grenade into the session hall of the Rada from a balcony.
“I think that the aggressive bolshevism which Saakashvili proclaims in this country is very dangerous for our future,” Lutsenko said.
It is worth noting that ever since Saakashvili’s supporters started protesting near the Ukrainian Parliament in October, there have been clashes with the police and injured.