Serious business-the conflict could cause the shooting in Mukachevo between fighters of "Right sector" and the policemen told in explanation of the Last news Director of the Ukrainian Institute of analysis and policy management Ruslan Bortnik.
As said the head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov, in the end of the conflict injured four civilians and 3 policemen. The head of the "Right sector" in the Transcarpathian region Oleksandr Sachko confirmed the involvement of the organization to fire in Mukachevo and said that the police opened fire on members of volunteer corps without warning. According to the Ukrainian security forces killed three of the gunshots, five injured.
"according to my sources, there exists a Serious business-the conflict between a group of entrepreneurs who support a political movement and a group of entrepreneurs, which is placed in the field Deputy Michael Lagno. On one side were the divisions of the Patriotic movement " Right sector ", the reverse side was made by the athletes who need to practice at Lagno. This conflict today has grown into such armed form, " said Bortnik.
Michael Lagno - the people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine from the group of " the will of the people ", not a member of any parliamentary faction. Also Lagno is the Chairman of the football Federation of Transcarpathia.
"Right sector" Ukrainian Association of radical nationalist organizations. In January and February 2014 the Taliban participated in battles With the police and the seizure of administrative buildings, and With April - in the suppression of protests in the East of Ukraine.
in November 2014, the Supreme court has recognized the Union of right-wing extremist organization and banned its activities on the territory of the Russian Federation. In January, the "Right sector" made in the register is prohibited in the Russian Federation organizations. First in Russia against the leader of the movement Dmitry Yarosh has been prosecuted under the criminal code for incitement of terrorist activity. Full list of banned extremist organizations