The request of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on the immediate disarmament of illegal armed groups is formal and mostly concerns only uncontrollable " Right sector forces, said in explanation of the Last news Director of the Ukrainian Institute of analysis and policy management Ruslan Bortnik.
on the first day weekend Authorized is prohibited in the Russian Federation Ukrainian extremist organization "Right sector" came into confrontation with the police and local businesses in Mukachevo, Zakarpattya oblast: shooting occurred from a grenade launcher and machine guns. According to the final data of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine, lost his life 3 people and 13 received damage to health. The gunmen took refuge in the woods and told that will lay down their arms only if they're told their leader Dmitry Yarosh. They explain their actions against smuggling, which, according to local officials involved. Yarosh came to the area of the event, but the order to surrender their weapons gave, are the dialogues.
the country's leader Petro Poroshenko at the meeting of the war Cabinet of the Council of national security and defense of Ukraine on the first day of the week said that the interior Ministry, security service and other law enforcement bodies are obliged to disarm all illegal equipped weapon creation in Ukraine.
review of the beekeeper to perform the task of the President will be difficult, as one needs first to understand what is equipped with a weapon to create legal and which aren't.
"I do not exclude that those citizens who participated in the events in Mukacheve, they also have a degree of legality, They were likely to be participants of anti-terrorist operation (special operation in the Donbas - ed.), formally decorated in DUK (Ukrainian volunteer corps - ed.)" the Right sector ". For this reason the message of the President, though it speaks of his irritation, but it bears no real component, because all the volunteer battalions, including the DUK Right sector, currently have one or the other legal status