"Enrollment to the training center of the Right Sector volunteer corps with the following deployment to the front line has been postponed for a short period of time," the group said.
Earlier, Kiev authorities decided to incorporate all volunteer battalions taking part in the military operation in Donbass into the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the National Guard. Ukrainian Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak later said that there were no volunteer forces in Donbass anymore.
The special military operation in Donbass involved Ukrainian regular troops as well as several privately-funded battalions, including Azov, Aidar, Donbass, Dnepr-1 and Dnepr-2 battalions, and forces of the radical Right Sector movement and the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN).
The Right Sector was established as a coalition of ultra-nationalist and neo-Nazi organizations of Ukraine during the Euromaidan protests of 2013-2014 in Kiev. The organization is banned in Russia: it was recognized as extremist in November 2014 by the Supreme Court of Russia. The group's leader Dmytro Yarosh was put on Interpol's wanted list in accordance with Russia's request.