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Andriy Sadovyi: Never Before We Have Such a Situation

The organizers of the conflict under the Lviv city council are members of the party "Svoboda" and the UNA-UNSO, Mayor Andriy Sadovyi says.

"When UNA-UNSO and "Svoboda" broke into the session hall, they intended to make trouble," - Andriy Sadovyi said.

Note that no one died as a result of the conflict. According to the mayor, such collisions occur in his city for the first time.

"In Lviv, we have such a situation never before. I understand that "Svoboda" for five years wants my resignation. They lost the elections, and now began to force. But nothing will come of it," -  Andriy Sadovyi said.

Recall that on June 9 clashes between activists and security forces occurred under the Lviv city council, two people were injured as a result of that.

 
Posted by: Максим Яценко, 2016-06-09 16:41:48 | comments

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