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MOSCOW, January 6. /TASS/. The refusal of Ukraine’s Right Sector, a radical organization, to be subordinated to the Ukrainian defence ministry “mirrors the situation in the country - absolute anarchy,” a Russian lawmaker said on Tuesday.
“The country has elected its president, it has a new parliament, but armed people who obey no one go on roaming Kiev,” Frants Klintsevich, first deputy leader of the United Russian faction and a member of the defence committee of the Russian State Duma lower parliament house, told journalists. “In other words, it is absolute anarchy. If you, I mean the Ukrainian authorities, want to be reckoned with in the world, please establish order in Kiev firt.”
Earlier, adviser to the Ukrainian president Yuri Boiko told the television Channel 5 that Right Sector brigades had refused to be subordinated to the defence ministry. “I personally offered a scheme of complete legalization to the Right Sector. Thus, there were a variety of options that provided for contract service. They turned it down,” he said.