Activists promise that the blockade will be termless until the channel stops broadcasting
Rally near the building of Inter TV channel, employees are not allowed in the office.
This was reported by the correspondent of 112 Ukraine TV channel, 112.international reports.
'Right now, there are about 50 people near the building of Inter TV channel. Inter employees tried to enter the building in the morning, but were obstructed by the protesters. They say the blockade will be termless until the channel stops broadcasting, because they see Russian trace in their broadcasting. The protesters promise not to burn tires, but tehy will not let the workers in,'- said the reporter.
It is noted that there are several fire engines and police patrol on the site.
Previously, the channel reported that they submitted applications to the Prosecutor's General of Ukraine, the Interior Ministry, the Security Service, the National Police on the crime on obstructing the journalists from their professional journalist activity.
As we reported earlier, the protesters installed their tents near the building of the Inter TV channel on Dmytrivska street in Kyiv. Law enforcers did not interfere in the process. The tyres were also brought to the building.
Earlier, on September 4, the protesters set fire to tires under the building of TV channel 'Inter' on Shchuseva str. Seven were injured were reported. Criminal proceedings are initiated in hooliganism and deliberate damage to property of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Several people were detained. All nine were set free later.
Opened criminal proceedings under the Criminal Code of Ukraine 'Hooliganism' and 'Deliberate damage to property.' There are detainees. Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov later reported that former officers of Ukrainian army were among the protesters.
The Counselor of the Interior Minister Zoryan Shkiryak announced that the investigators of the National Police in Kyiv collected the information from surveillance cameras near the building of Inter TV channel and said that the information is being processed.
As reported earlier by 1492news.com, Fire broke out at a Ukrainian television station in Kyiv.