Source Pravda.Ru

Raging football fans in Kharkov march and fight for Ukraine

 

On April 27, as a result of clashes between the participants of the march for the United Ukraine and supporters of federalization in Kharkov, 14 people were injured, officials with the health department of the Kharkiv region said.

The Director of the Department, Alexander Galatsan, said that eight people were taken to hospitals. Six others received medical assistance on the spot. There are two police officers among the wounded.

The march for the United Ukraine took place in the city of Kharkov on Sunday, April 27. The march was initiated by the "ultras" of Metallist Kharkov and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk football clubs on the occasion of the match between these two teams.

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