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KIEV, February 18, 2:07 /ITAR-TASS/. Office equipment containing asset identification numbers of the Kiev City Administration has been tracked down by the police in Ukraine’s western Ternopol region.
“February 17, officers of the Gusyatinsky district department of the police confiscated four system units, five monitor displays and a keyboard with asset identification numbers of the Kiev City Administration in a local village,” the press service of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry said Tuesday.
“The cargo was being transported to the village by three local residents who had taken part in the protest actions of the so-called Euro-Maidan in the capital,” it said. “The police established in the course of a preliminary examination of the office appliances that the hard discs contained documentation of the Kiev State City Administration’s department for land resources.”
Staff members of the city administration filed a report with the police February 16 when the activists of the country’s irreconcilable opposition were vacating the building they had seized in December. It said several offices in the building had been broken into.
The activists did not let a police crew, which had arrived at the site, into the building and a group of “peaceful protesters” wearing masks attacked the policemen and manhandled them.
Two policemen who received injuries are currently getting treatment at hospital.
Oppositionist militants seized the building of the Kiev City State Administration December 1, 2013. Last Sunday, they vacated it under the terms of a law on amnesty.
Kiev Mayor Vladimir Makeyenko said upon inspection of the building that the works to bring it back into a normal functional condition would require about two weeks.