More than 200 police officers are maintaining public order in the center of Kyiv, where a series of protests are proceeding. UKRINFORM learned this from Volodymyr Polishchuk, chief of the liaison department at the interior ministry's administration in Kyiv.

"Law and order during mass events is provided by 225 employees of the interior. 100 police officers each are standing guard of the Presidential Administration and Verkhovna Rada buildings, and 25 at the Pechersk district court," Polishchuk said.

According to him, back-up units will be involved with a complication of the situation.

The capital's interior agency informed that the municipal administration was addressed by a number of organizations with applications for holding mass actions, in particular, in support of former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, in protest against pension reform, in support for the decision to abolish technical inspection of cars. The greatest number of people was promised to be taken to the streets by the parties Batkivshchyna - 20 thousand, Strong Ukraine - 14 thousand, Ukrainian Transport Union - 2 thousand and CPU - 500 men.

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