“In a law-governed democratic society everyone can express his political views but strictly within the boundaries of the law. That’s why the German government supports everything that is being done by the Ukrainian law enforcers and the Ukrainian government,” Schaefer added.
On July 11, Right Sector militants engaged in a firefight with local police and business structures in Mukachevo, in Ukraine’s western Zakarpattia region, which left four people dead and 14 injured.
Kiev declared a manhunt for the killers and the Right Sector, in response, staged rallies in Ukrainian towns demanding the resignation of the interior minister.
Hundreds of Ukrainian right-wingers rallied in Kiev on Tuesday to protest against government policies.
Speaking at the rally Right Sector leader Dmytro Yarosh called for a referendum to impeach President Petro Poroshenko and his government.