A group of unidentified anti-Russian protesters attack Moscow’s embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine to protest Russia’s plans to hold elections in Crimea, annexed by Moscow.
It is possible that they were agents of Russian special services.
Initially Ukraine planned to open 4 polling stations for the Russian citizens that wanted to cast their vote, but later President Porosheko prohibited holding the elections in the country. Moscow, in turn, announced that its representative centers in Ukraine will be used to hold Russia’s Parliamentary elections, despite Poroshenko’s order.
The elections are scheduled for Wednesday, September 18.
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