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“Russia is seriously worried by the latest events in Ukraine,” the statement said.
On April 27, in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, law enforcement agencies took no action to prevent a mass fight that led to casualties. On the next day, Kharkiv Mayor Gennady Kernes was attacked. He has been operated on and is now in critical condition. On the same day, an outrageous incident involving presidential candidate Mikhail Dobkin occurred in Kherson, southern Ukraine, during his canvassing trip.
“The current developments in Ukraine highlight the urgent need for disarming all armed groups, primarily militants from the Right Sector, and for starting real, not sham, work on constitutional reform in the Ukrainian state and the search for ethnic consensus,” the ministry said.