The leader of the right-wing radical organization "Right sector" Dmitry Yarosh said that, didn't want the fighters to lay down their arms, as it could not guarantee their safety.
Eleventh July, in Mukachevo, Transcarpathian region of Ukraine soldiers "Right sector" exchanged fire with grenade launchers and machine guns with the police and local businesses in a gunfight. It claimed three victims and 13 received damage. The gunmen took refuge in the woods and told that will lay down their arms only If they're told to do by their Leader Dmitry Yarosh. They explain their actions against smuggling, which, according to local officials involved. At the moment of time caught four soldiers, six until now, hiding from law enforcement, telephone with them there.
"If I was sure that the system is working properly, and it would be a fair hearing, then (would) I'm definitely convinced them. And so I can't give them those assurances, " said Yarosh, answering the question of why armed members of the organization surrendered to the authorities.
"currently there is information about the fact that an order for the liquidation