Supporters of the Ukrainian nationalist party National Corps held a protest in Kiev on Saturday, decrying government corruption and calling for the removal of the country’s president Petro Poroshenko. “Poroshenko has come to create an absolutely unique system – every third hryvnia [national currency of Ukraine] that was given for the Ukrainian defence remains in the pocket of corrupt officials,” said National Corps leader Andriy Biletsky, while addressing the crowd in Kiev’s Independence Square.
The National Corps Party and the National Brigades held a rally in Kiev on Friday, demanding a block on Russian business operating in Ukraine and an end to diplomatic ties with Moscow in the wake of the Kerch Strait incident.
The Ukrainian Parliament (Verkhovna Rada) is to vote in Kiev on Monday, November 26, on a proposal made by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to impose martial law following the Kerch Strait incident.
Δυστυχώς, υπό τις υπάρχουσας συνθήκες, η εν λόγω απόφαση φοβόμαστε ότι θα επιφέρει επιπλέον προβλήματα τόσο εντός της Ουκρανίας, αλλά και ευρύτερα στο σώμα της Εκκλησίας.
Κατά την απόψή μας, η άκρως απαράδεκετη ανάμειξη του Πατριαρχείου της Μόσχας στα πολιτικά πράγματα της Ουκρανίας, δύναται να επιλυθεί απλά με την άρση της πράξης δικαιοδοσίας του Ρωσικού Πατριαρχείου επί της Ουκρανίας… άνευ επιβλαβών εντάσεων και αντικανονικών ενστάνσεων.
Huge Nationalist march in which participated thousands of d people, including armed services personnel of Azov Regiment and families with young children took part in Kiev for “Defender of Ukraine Day” .
Hundreds of anti-Kremlin radical nationalists protesters gathered on Kiev’s central square on Sunday to protest against FSB, where they set the Russian flag on fire.
Earlier, protesters had marched on Russian-affiliated buildings such as the Sberbank and vandalised them by throwing stones and eggs, breaking windows, and writing anti-Russian slogans on the walls. Protesters chanted anti-Kremlin and anti-FSB (Russian Federal Security Service) slogans as they commenced their march from Maidan and later returned there as well.