"Police will do their job to ensure public order. All statements are personal attitude by certain citizens, certain policemen. We're interested in reducing acts of provocation," advisor to the Interior Minister Ivan Varchenko said, according to Vesti.
Kyiv police's press service also commented on the situation.
"Three persons are not the whole police," deputy head of the press service Iryna Levchenko said.
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The pride parade in Kyiv is scheduled for June 12 with 6,500 police officers to be tapped to ensure law and order.