The US Embassy in conjunction with the announced National Coalition House in Kiev advised citizens to avoid crowds and demonstrations, be ready to block the streets, follow instructions from law enforcement agencies, and track information in the media.
The US Embassy in Ukraine on March 15 issued a warning to citizens on the set of events that the representatives of the National Corps party announced in Kiev on March 16th.
"On March 16, the Ukrainian nationalist group plans to hold demonstrations at the Independence Square, which was linked to violence and social unrest, including clashes with the police," the report said.
The Embassy advised citizens to avoid crowds and demonstrations, be ready to block the streets, follow law enforcement guidelines, and track information in the media.
The National Corps on March 15 announced that it will hold a new rally at the Independence Square in Kiev. The party called on the Ukrainians to demand a sentence for participants in a scandal involving corruption in Ukraine's defense.
On March 9, there was a conflict near the presidential administration between police officers and participants of a group of nationalist organizations that demanded the arrest of a person involved in a corruption scandal, former First Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleg Gladkovski and his son Igor .
Representatives of the National Corps gathered in a square near the Friendship Culture Palace in Cherkas, where President of Ukraine Petro Porošenko spoke on the same request. Police officers reported that during the Poroshenko's departure, representatives of the National Corps tried to block the coup of the state chief, spraying gas, causing citizens and police representatives to fight.
According to the police, in the clashes of the presidential administration, three police officers suffered, in Cherkassy 22 police officers complained to doctors, 19 were hospitalized. Among the injured police officers in Cherkassy is the head of the General Directorate of National Police in Cherkasy region, General Police Valery Lyuty.