"Nationalists came to the Institutska Street and smashed the installations. The police tried to stop them, but quickly retreated. The most radical activists were detained. There was a brawl with law enforcement officers," the statement said.
It is worth noting that there are portraits of the fallen participants of the Revolution of Dignity on the Alley of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred, which got covered with decorations.
In addition, holding mass entertainment events within the memorials of the fallen heroes is prohibited.
Kyiv City Council deputy Alina Mykhailova stated that these actions were illegal.
"According to paragraph 2.2 of the Procedure for holding mass events in the city of Kyiv, holding entertainment events on the Alley of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred and Triokhsviatytelska Street near the Fallen Heroes Memorial Wall is prohibited," she wrote on Facebook.
According to preliminary information, the President's Office is responsible for installing the installations.
Earlier, it was reported that the military parade of Armed forces of Ukraine on the occasion of the 30 anniversary of Independence will march the central street of Kyiv on August 24. In addition, aircraft will carry out flights as part of the air column of security and defense forces and the armed forces of partner countries.