Clashes on Bankova: protesters tried to break into the President's Office
During the memory of the victims of the Revolution of Dignity in Kiev, the protesters tried to get into the President's Office, but the police did not let them in without examining their belongings and put on helmets.
Thus, only a few dozen people entered the President's Office.
Subsequently, there was a small skirmish with the law enforcement officers.
The participants in the procession chanted: & # 8220; Start up & # 8221; and & # 8220; Shame & # 8221 ;.
As of 18.40, about a thousand people gathered at the gates leading to the square near the President's Office.
At 19.20 local confrontation on Bankova Street the entrance to the building of the President's Office ended, and people began to sing the anthem of Ukraine. Now they pass through the gate one at a time, observing the inspection procedure.
Recall that in Kiev they honor the memory of the victims of the Revolution of Dignity, which began on November 21, 2013.
A procession took place in the center of the capital. Maidan Nezalezhnosti to the memorial on the Alley of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred. Several thousand people have gathered here. They recall the events of eight years ago.