Kyiv's district administrative court has banned the opposition from holding protest actions on June 3 regarding Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's speech on 100 days in power, ForUm learned from the press office of "Svoboda" Ukrainian Union.

The court explained its decision by "the interests of national security" and referred to the fact that the organizers of such actions had submitted an application too late, on June 2, which prevented the proper organization of such actions.

As reported, the parliamentary factions of the Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko and Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defense earlier decided not to attend the president's address to the nation, but to organize protests actions. Yanukovych is planned to deliver the speech at 16:00 this afternoon. 

Спасибо за Вашу активность, Ваш вопрос будет рассмотрен модераторами в ближайшее время

Туфли осень-зима Everest