OUN Battalion chief Mykola Kokhanivsky detained during Sunday clashes in Kyiv between police and protesters against trade with Russian militants in Donbas has been released from Kyiv`s Desniansky district police station, according to 112.ua.
”Mykola has been released,” Verkhovna Rada member from the Radical Party Andriy Lozovyi wrote on Facebook, 112.ua reported.
Later his fellow party member Ihor Mosiychuk informed that the police had released all the detained activists.
Earlier, one police officer was seriously injured and five people, including OUN Battalion chief Kokhanivsky, were detained amid clashes on Yevropeiska (European) Square in the center of Kyiv on Sunday, February 19, according to Kyiv`s police.
There were also short fights outside the building of the Presidential Administration on the same day.