The Security Service of Ukraine warns

12 July 2015 09:29  166103057 0104080
The Security Service of Ukraine warns

On behalf of the Prosecutor's Office, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in strict accordance with current legislation, are ready to take all necessary steps to disarm and detain the organized criminal group, which committed serious crimes involving heavy weapons on July 11 in the city of Mukachevo.

These criminals killed one and wounded four civilians.  Also, six police officers were injured, one of whom is in serious condition. Shooting from grenade launchers and machine guns, the bandits destroyed three police cars.

Given the danger to residents of the village, where the so-called "fighters of the "Right Sector" are barricaded, the civilians, especially children are being evacuated.

To prevent possible bloodshed, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Internal demand the illegal armed group to lay down arms and surrender.

All detainees will be delivered to Kyiv for an objective and impartial investigation.

During the negotiations, the militants told that they were ready to surrender, if Dmytro Yarosh contacts them. Therefore, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Ministry of Internal Affairs expects that this MP will do everything to convince his followers to lay down arms, which can not be used where there is no war - thousands of kilometers from the ATO zone and the front line, the press center of the Security Service of Ukraine reports.

Recall that yesterday, July 11, after the shootout in Mukachevo and entrapment by the police, members of the Right Sector told the conditions under which they would lay down their arms.

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