Ukrainian nationalist organizati Right Sector is to start political activities, one of its leaders, Nikolai Karpyuk said.
"Now there is a war, and after the war, we will form a political party," said Karpyuk. The activist said that now the organization prepares documents to be registered as a political party.
On March 1, nationalist leader of the notorious organization, Dmitry Yarosh, called Chechen terrorist Doku Umarov to support anti-Russian forces in Ukraine. The appeal was posted on the page of the Right Sector in Vkontakte social network.
"The Ukrainians have always supported the liberation struggle of Chechen and other peoples of the Caucasus. Now it's time for you to support Ukraine. As the leader of Right Sector, I urge you to intensify the struggle. Russia is not as strong as it seems," Yarosh wrote.
Later, a representative of the Right Sector, Artyom Skoropadsky, denied the information about the appeal to the Chechen terrorist leader, explaining that the post appeared after a hacking attack.
Former Deputy Minister of Defense of Poland Romuald Sheremetiev said that after the entry of Sweden and Finland into NATO's North Atlantic Alliance, Kaliningrad will become a problem for the EU.