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Pepper gas sprayed near Ukraine’s parliament; police officer affected

Source : 112 Ukraine

The affected police officer with a red face and tears was dragged under the arms
12:16, 17 December 2019

112 Agency

The pepper gas was sprayed during the protest against the land sale near the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. A police officer is among the affected as 112 Ukraine correspondent reported.

“The protesters try, as we can see, to bring the properties. It is, particularly, the tents and other equipment, which is to be used during the protests near the Verkhovna Rada. The police officers who stay and stayed as the border do not allow the protesters to bring the properties. Firstly, the heated argument took place, then the pepper gas was sprayed,” the message said.

The affected police officer with a red face and tears was dragged under the arms.

Related: Far-right party National Corps near Kharkiv blocked highway, demanding to cancel sale of land

The law enforcers promised to tell the number of the police officer working near the parliament later.

As we reported Ukrainian farmers came to a protest near the building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. They protest against the land sale. Such protests take place in eight regions of Ukraine.

On November 13, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported the committee bill on the opening of the agricultural land market № 2178-10 as a basis.

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