Extremists in Ukraine wall off bank entrances

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March 13, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
– RiaNovosti – Translated by James Harmon

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Members of the Ukrainian party “National Corpus”, created from the infamous “Azov”, acted on threats to “severe” sister banks from the Ukrainian national bank, complete the “construction” of a concrete wall at the entrance to the building of the central office of Ukrainian Savings Bank in the center of Kiev. Radicals are ready to indefinitely remain in place for its protection, as well as the total blockade of the office.

The action takes place against the backdrop of threats of the authorities to impose sanctions against the Ukrainian sister branches of the Savings Bank in connection with the start of the service in the Russian parent bank customers with passports self-proclaimed Luhansk and Donetsk People’s Republic.

On Monday afternoon, the banderists came to the building of Ukrainian sister branches of the Savings Bank in the street of Vladimir in the city center and began construction of the “wall.” They laid concrete blocks entrance to the building and lit flares. All this was accompanied by anti-Russian slogans.

Several dozen extremists walled off almost the entire entrance to the central office. They intend to stay near the “wall” indefinitely and to make sure that it is not destroyed. In addition, they plan to hang on a wall screen and show movies. For this evening they brought to the place of event and ottomans were placed near the wall for viewers to sit

In general, the situation is calm. Extremists regularly drive up concrete blocks and cement from the hardware store. Near the “Settings” from the speakers sounds Ukrainian nationalist music and food is distributed. 

Extremists blocked, as well, with sandbags the exit from the bank of the yard, and on the bags they drew a graphic picture of the ruble.

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