Clashes erupt between marchers and ultra-right nationalists at Pride march in Kiev.
- Nine (including five police officers) were injured among the 300 marching in the parade.
- The march was only the second of its kind in Ukraine’s post-Soviet era.
- President Petro Poroshenko had stated earlier that while he would not be attending, the marchers were constitutionally guaranteed the right to march and should not be disrupted.
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