In a statement, Inter says that around 16.30 on Sunday, September 4, an armed group of about 15 people stormed NIS’s building, firing several shots and committing arson.
Inter adds that it has appealed directly to the country’s president to restore the rule of law and for protection from illegal actions.
The Attorney General’s Office, Security Service of Ukraine, Ministry of Interior and National Police of Ukraine filed a statement about the crime.
Local reports claim that Inter employees refused to hand over CCTV recordings of the attack to the police.
They also say that the Interior Ministry is not ruling out the possibility that the attack may have involved Inter employees.