Ukrainian Ministry of Defence “During the action ” Support the Ukrainian army,” the accounts of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine has received more than 60 million (Hryvna – CDN $6 million)– As of March 28 to the accounts of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine within the framework of the action ” Support the Ukrainian army” has received more than 60 million from businesses and individuals as an aid to the Armed Forces of Ukraine ….” (Ukrainian – Google English)
In Moscow’s Shadows (academic blog) “What Would A Russian Invasion Of Ukraine Look Like? …. I should stress that the more time passes, the less likely I think such an attack becomes, because of the shifting political situation and also–as Kyiv moves forces east and mobilises reserves and volunteers–the military calculus. However, it cannot be excluded, so it is worth still considering, not least as the preparatory phases I outline below have all been carried out; the Russian General Staff may well not yet know if it is going to be invading, but it has made sure that if the word does come down from the Kremlin, it will be ready ….
joinnfo.ua (Ukrainian media) “(Ukrainian intelligence service) SBU in the center of Kiev arrested 40 armed provocateurs – SBU in the Ukrainian capital were detained 40 provocateurs who had previously worked in military intelligence in Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the SBU, stating that the group was trying to destabilize the situation in Kiev. In particular, the provocateurs “organized” clash and provoke illegal actions against law enforcement officers and civilians. Provocateurs, which was headed by ex-employee of the Sevastopol military intelligence Ministry of Defense of Ukraine Sergey R. had to perform a criminal order – to discredit the peaceful protests in Kiev, noted the agency ….” (Russian – Google English)
Ukrainian Ministry of the Interior news release: Bullets taken from Right Sector activist Oleksandr Muzychko’s body came from his own weapon (Ukrainian – Google English)
RIA Novosti (Russian government information agency) “The radical group Right Sector could be banned in Ukraine after around 2,000 of its supporters encircled and threatened to storm the country’s parliament late Thursday, a source in Yulia Tymoshenko’s Batkivshchyna party told RIA Novosti. Late Thursday night, ultranationalists from Right Sector encircled the parliament building, demanding the country’s interior minister stand trial for the killing of notorious right-wing militant Olexander Muzychko, who died on Monday in a shootout with police. Muzychko, also known as Sashko Bilyi, was wanted by Russian authorities for war atrocities in Russia’s republic of Chechnya, including the torture of Russian soldiers. He had earlier accused Ukrainian prosecutors and police of a plot to kill him. The radicals that blockaded parliament Thursday later announced they were postponing the storming of the building until Friday morning. Following Thursday’s siege, top Ukrainian officials held an emergency meeting, at which Interior Minister Avakov suggested an outright ban on Right Sector. Andriy Parubiy, the head of the national security and defense council, reportedly supported the motion, adding the move would allow those present to whitewash themselves of ties with the radicals ….”
Liga Novosti (Ukrainian media)“In Rada registered a draft resolution on the resignation Avakov – The Verkhovna Rada registered a draft resolution on dismissal of Interior Minister Arsen Avakov . According to the official website of the Parliament, the initiator of the draft resolution is vnefraktsionnyh MP Inna (Bogoslovskaya). Text of the decision is not made public ….“ (Russian – Google English)