Criminal case over Ukraine's map without Crimea and Donbass opened in Kiev
Police of the Kiev region on Wednesday opened a criminal case over the incident where a map of Ukraine without Crimea and Donbass appeared on public display in the town of Brovary, a suburb of Kiev, Nikolai Zhukovich, the spokesman for the regional police said, TASS reports.
"We put the banner down and it will be used further as material evidence in the criminal case we have already opened," UNN news agency quoted him. "This is Article 110 of the Criminal Code (Encroachments on the Territorial Integrity and Inviolability of Ukraine)."
Zhukovich said the police were interrogating everyone who they believed might have been involved in the incident.