The Czech media such as Tyden.CZ (The Week) quickly informed about a new development in Northwestern Ukraine – perhaps, we should say that these developments took place on Facebook. ;-)
A criminal and de facto minister of interior of Northwestern Ukraine Arsen Avakov – who has been arrested in Moscow for his usage of illegal means of warfare and mass murders of civilians but Moscow isn't able to put him in jail so far – has attacked Dmitry Yarosh, the boss of the Nazi paramilitary movement "The Right Sector" that has played the key role in the recent coup in Kiev.
I can't see these reports outside the Czech media, except for a very poorly formatted text on RIN's server in Russia, so let me mention what is going on. (Update: There is a report on Russia Today now.)
The relations between the Nazi heart of the Maidan movement – especially "The Right Sector" – and the would-be Kiev government with a "more human face" haven't been good for several months, especially after a fat bully and brutal murderer Oleksander Muzychko of "The Right Sector" was liquidated by the de facto government's shooters.
The anti-Maidan "dissidents" consider Yarosh to be a ruthless killer and a Nazi who won't be stopped by anything but Avakov has lost patience, too. On his Facebook wall, Avakov informed Yarosh that "we've had enough of this game in which you are a Robin Hood." Instead, Yarosh is "abusing the name he enjoys among the patriots who are being turned into food for the cannons." The units of "The Right Sector" – which are only loosely supervised by the politicians in Kiev – were identified as "illegal gangs that are fighting without any rules and outside the laws."
Finally, in the text that was meant to say that Yarosh's acts confirm what the Russian "propaganda" is saying (because Yarosh is sacrificing human lives in order to build his own ego), Avakov asked: "Whom is Yarosh working for?"
These comments were found provoking by Yarosh who decided to hide and whine under Poroshenko's skirts. Yarosh sent a letter to the recently elected president in which he requests that Poroshenko restores order at the ministry of interior.
If our demands are not going to be satisfied within 48 hours, we will recall our armed units from the front [in New Russia] and they will march towards Kiev. The marching convoys of the Right Sector will begin their journey with all of their weapons.Avakov himself was classified as the "leader of the internal counterrevolution." Well, Avakov's secret service, SBU, has made several riots in the offices of The Right Sector and has arrested many folks. In Lvov, the cops would confiscate a car of The Right Sector that was fully loaded with guns and grenades.
Avakov himself has described the forces of "The Right Sector" as mythical ones and the ultimatum as a publicity stunt. Given the fact that "The Right Sector" has really physically realized the "revolution" (without "The Right Sector", the Maidan events would be just about inconsequential pro-EU whining on the street) and they're the only powerful enough yet motivated military formation supporting the current Kiev regime (and also the reliable core of the units that currently terrorize the Russian speakers in the East), it's quite a bold claim.
As you can see, there is some chance that the war in New Russia is going to stop. The conflict may move to Kiev where the villains will just kill each other and peace may return upon that country. It's just a hope but the chance is nonzero.
From a broader perspective, it's remarkable that some people would propose to invite this failed nation – where the arrested minister of interior is the more human side in a conflict with another very important man – to the EU.