The lawmaker added that he was in close contact with the relatives of the victims.
On May 2, clashes in Odessa broke out between pro-federalization activists on one side and fans of the Odessa and Kharkiv football teams on the other, later joined by Euromaidan activists.
Pro-Kiev radicals, including the Right Sector ultranationalist group, blocked the anti-government protesters in the Trade Union House and set the building on fire by hurling Molotov cocktails inside.
"As far as I know, the Council of Europe plans to monitor the situation in this respect," Hunko noted.
Last week, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov praised the Council of Europe for creating a special group tasked with probing tragic events in Kiev and Odesa.