Offices of four Russian banks in Kyiv were blocked by members of the National Corps party

Four central offices of the Russian banks PIB, Sberbank, BM-Bank, and Alfa-Bank are being blocked by members of the National Corps party, which was created by members of a public organization, Civil Corps Azov, as was reported by Interfax-Ukraine.

Clients of the bank are met with balalaikas and posters reading, "Welcome to Russia."

Activists also glued the posters over bank windows calling for account holders to withdraw their money, close Ukrainian banks related to the Russian Federation, and arrest the head of the National Bank of Ukraine, Valeriya Hontareva.

Nevertheless, employees and clients are not being prevented from entering the banks. There are police officers present at each location, but they are not intervening.  

  Ukraine, banking sector