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No to capitulation!: Up to 12 000 people took part in protests in Kyiv

According to the chief of Kyiv police, law enforcement officers did not record any offenses
22:04, 14 October 2019
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Up to 12 000 people took part in the "No to capitulation!" protest in the center of Kyiv. Such data were announced on the National Police website.

According to the Chief of Kyiv Police Andriy Kryschenko, law enforcement officers did not record any offenses.

"No people got to the police departments and no prohibited items were seized. The order in the center of Kyiv was guarded by one and a half thousand law enforcement officers. In total, about 6000 people participated in the first protest, and in the second event which started on Independence Square and ended under the Office of the President, there were up to 12 000 participants," Kryschenko said.

 
As we reported, participants of the "No to capitulation!" protest in Kyiv lighted fires and threw smoke bombs during a procession along Khreschatyk Street to Independence Square. This was reported by 112 Ukraine correspondent.

According to the journalist, law enforcement officers control the situation. During the march, provocative actions have not been reported.

Also, the Ministry of Internal Affairs informed that in the city center more than 1.5 thousand policemen are guarding the law and order, of which 800 are patrol officers, officers of the National Police and members of the National Guard.

 
Earlier the solemn march to the Day of Defender of Ukraine began in Mykolayiv. More than 100 people take part in the event. 

"There is also an exhibition of fire and military equipment, all people go around, look at everything. But the holiday will not end with this. After the march, already at 13:00, the first city-wide quest will begin. It is organized by Donbas war and IDP participants for children and youth," the correspondent noted.
 
 
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