Commander of OUN battalion Mykola Kokhanivskyi said live on Channel 112 Ukraina, Censor.NET reports.
"This is the least we could do, and we are ready to answer for our actions," he said.
Kokhanivskyi said that some law enforcement officials called and "tried to negotiate, so we did not make a scandal" during the week.
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According to him, OUN activists came to the Presidential Administration before the pogroms. They delivered a letter demanding to release their political prisoners. "We have more than a hundred of political prisoners and persecuted persons.Therefore, we planned to go to the Presidential Administration to pass a written request to release the political prisoners and close all cases of political persecution," he said. In that way, according to him, OUN activists showed the "regime of internal occupation that they were not going to put up with its lies."