In the center of the Ukrainian capital for more than three hundred depositors "Michael" blocked Bankova street. On Thursday, November 3, reports the Ukrainian edition of "Vesti".
According to the publication, the protesters demand to return the Deposit and send in resignation the head of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) Valeria Gontareva. The activists unfurled flags and lit smoke bombs. Later they were going to move to the NBU building on Instytutska street, and then cover the downtown.
During a rally on Khreshchatyk, the police tried to push protesters onto the sidewalk, to unblock traffic. In result, a fight broke out that escalated into a fight. During protests on Khreshchatyk investors newly lit smoke bombs and set fire to a few tires.
As reported "Vesti", August 23 President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko promised to depositors of the Bank "Michael", "the stolen money will be found and used for payments". Two weeks earlier, activists blocked Khreshchatyk, entered into a scuffle with the police and handed over a letter to the head of state demanding the return of deposits,
23 may the NBU attributed the Bank "Michael" in the category of insolvent and accused him of fraud, in which the load on the Fund of guaranteeing the deposits of individuals grew from 1,6 billion hryvnias (3,97 billion) to 2.6 billion hryvnia (6,44 billion).
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