Ataka Kiev190918 for artAt night, on September 19, 2018, anarchists attacked the center for training of the Ministry of Internal Affairs employees.

The training center is located 500 meters from Boryspilskaya Street, in the forest, in the Darnytskyi district of the city of Kiev. In the center there are pistol and automatic shooting galleries, an obstacle course, a tennis court, a volleyball court, a field for mini-football, training rooms, as well as a structure where groups of capture are practiced.

Anarchists made 2 fire areas in different places of the terriroty and left a message: "Destroy the Ministry of Internal Affairs".

Getting ready to this attack anarchists had been looking after this object for more than four months. As a weapon they used 17 liters of incendiary mix, 10 car tires and old things found on the street.

This attack was an act of solidarity with the anarchists in Russian and Belarussian prisons and prison camps: Ilya Romanov, Oleksandr Kolchenko, Sergey Romanov, Yevgeny Karakashev, Ilya Shakursky, Vasily Kuksov, Dmitry Pchelintsev, Victor Filinkov, Andrei Chernov, Arman Sagynbaev, Mikhail Kulkov, Maxim Ivankin , July Boyarshinov and others.

Also this action is devoted to the anarchists operating in the Chile, Greece, Italy and all the other comrades who fight both outside and inside the prisons.

In Ukraine after the Maidan in 2014, the new government started the so-called reform of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Its main task was to transform the police into the “national police”, to rehabilitate the image of the power structures and restore the people’s confidence in them. Inspite of all the reforms they remain the same cops. The brainchild of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which was created by the authorities and accountable to them, is completely structured and is aimed at carrying out repressive and punitive functions, protecting the powerful and wealthy citizens from anarchist presence in the streets.

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