The message of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko About the disarmament of illegal armed formations has no relation to "the Right sector" *, said the spokesman of the extremist movement Artem Skoropadsky.
"the message Poroshenko addressed to illegal armed groups. We are not an illegal armed formation. Illegal armed formation is the bandits, and we have Ukrainian volunteer corps that protects the independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine. For this reason, to us this message does not apply, "said Skoropadsky, reports RIA" Novosti ".
Before that Poroshenko, explaining the conflict in Mukachevo, said that no political force should not and will not be equipped with weapons establishment. He noticed that the interior Ministry, security service and other law enforcement bodies are obliged to fulfill their duty and to disarm all illegal equipped weapon creation. Remember, eleven July "Right sector*" armed with automatic weapons and grenade launchers Authorized volunteer corps "Right sector" arranged in Mukachevo fire on civilians and police. The SBU said about one killed and 10 received damage, six of which – the police. Shots from grenade launchers and machine guns, the attackers destroyed 3 cars of policemen. Return fire killed two militants " Right sector ", the rest fled, they made an offer to surrender." Right sector " declared General combat anxiety, demanding the arrest of Deputy Michael Lagno, with people who have extremists the incident occurred, as well as security officers who took part in the battle." Right sector also asked in a persistent form of resignation of the head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov. Extremist Organization early demonstrations of dissent in the cities of Ukraine. In DND told that the soldiers "Right sector" began to leave their positions in the Donbas and to move in the direction of Kiev.
* Organization, relative to which a court has adopted the legally effective conclusion Of destruction or prohibition of the activities on the grounds stipulated by the Federal law "On countering extremist activity"