In the process the March of the commissioners of the nationalist party "Freedom" and extremist "Right sector" on the occasion of the anniversary of the building of the "Ukrainian insurgent army" (UPA) in Kiev exploded firecracker, said the portal referring to the press-Secretary Chechenskogo the Moscow police Department Natalia Kalinovskaya.
before the marchers began a rally near the Lukyanivka prison in Kiev, where to contain the activists of " Freedom ", arrested During the criminal case about mass riots near the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on August 31.
as part of the rally felt the smell, according to one version, gas. About it also said the speakers from the stage the organisers assuming because it is the smell of carbide. They called on the protesters to be prepared for possible provocations. One of the participants became ill, he was taken away by the doctors, reports journalist Last news .
Thus physicians told reporters that the man was having trouble breathing, however, they do not associate it with the smell.
"Right sector" - Ukrainian Union of radical nationalist organizations. In January and February 2014 the militants of the movement participated in battles with the police and the seizure of administrative buildings, and from April - in the suppression of protests in Eastern Ukraine. In November 2014, the Supreme court recognized the Union of right-wing extremist organization and banned its activities on the territory of the Russian Federation.
"Ukrainian insurgent army" (UPA) was completed in October 1942 as the military wing "of the Organization of Ukrainian nationalists" (OUN), its purpose was proclaimed the struggle for independence of Ukraine. The UPA acted mostly in Western Ukraine and fought against the Soviet troops, cooperating with the Nazis. Field the end of the great Patriotic war she continued to fight against the Soviets extremist methods - injured UPA fighters became Authorized intelligentsia and local authorities, Komsomol and party activists. In the Russian Federation are also prohibited.