Grenade Explosion Kills 1 Officer In Ukraine Clashes Outside Parliament
Monday’s violence emerged one of the severest aggression between Ukrainian government troops and Russia-backed separatists in capital Kiev since the government took charge in start of.
The lawmakers’ current move to give greater powers, encouraged separatists in eastern Ukraine, nationalist demonstrators began fight with government security forces in front of parliament on 31 August.
Though, the Interior Ministry told media that said a Grenade was exploded during the clashes, in which one security officer was killed, while over 100 were injured badly.
Nonetheless, Russians demanded condition in February in capital of Belarus for a ceasefire signed with goal of preventing the ongoing battle between Russia-backed separatists and Ukraine’s government forces which has killed over 6, 789 people so far since April.
On the other hand, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko addressed on nation television, in which said that the decentralization appears to be complicated but a logical move which will be helpful to create peace in country.
Petro Poroshenko also revealed that the government would not allow autonomy to the Russia-backed separatists in Donetsk and Luhansk.
However, it reportedly said that to get final approval, the decentralization bill needs attain round about 300 votes because it wanted for amendment in the constitution.
Yulia Tymoshenko, who is a former Prime Minister of the country described about the current situation, “This is not a road to peace and not a road to decentralization. This is the diametrically opposite process, which will lead to the loss of new territories.”
The voting was held on Monday for this move, while 265 deputies in the 450-seat parliament voted in favor, though that won initial approval. While three parties who belonging to majority coalition in parliament clearly denied to favor the footstep of current government.
No doubt Petro Poroshenko’s government facing some by opposition side, though within his own pro-Western camp in fulfilling the peace contract.