Armed members of the "Right Sector" wanted to break into Energodar
From the Zaporozhye region came a message about the attempt of a group of people with weapons penetrate into the city of Energodar, where the largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine is located. The incident did not affect her work, the press service of the plant reported.
A reinforced police guard surrounded the detachment and, promising to open fire, disarmed him. According to the RIA "News“, in Energodar, there were activists of the“ Right Sector ”. A representative of his Zaporozhye cell explained their appearance“ with fears that supporters of federalization might take the city under control. ”
According to Ukrainian media reports, after certain operational activities, all those detained in Energodar were given the opportunity to leave.
A few hours earlier, information came from the police already in the Kiev region - it released a recreation center, arbitrarily turned into a training camp. On the site were taken into custody more than a dozen people who have seized weapons, explosives, as well as flags and symbols of the "Right Sector". At the headquarters of the movement, however, they stated that they had nothing to do with what was happening on this base.
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