Ukrainian miners seventh day protest near the President's office in Kiev

The miners are seventh day protest near the office of the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky in Kiev, they need to provide safe working conditions and sustainable work of the Ukrainian enterprises, said Monday the head of the Independent trade Union of miners Mikhail Volynets.

Ukrainian miners began an indefinite protest action with the requirement to pay them debt on a salary on Tuesday, June 30, near the office of the President. On Wednesday, they wanted to install near the office of the tents, but the police have them selected, and then scuffle. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal said that the government repaid the debt to the miners.

"The seventh day of the nationwide indefinite protest actions of miners. Among the demands of protesters: repayment to employees of state-owned mines accumulated salary arrears... the Resumption of operation of power units of thermal power plants, which were equipped with anthracite coal the coal of the gas group. The removal of mines from idle, ensuring their stable operation. And so on", - Volynets wrote on his page in Facebook.

The video, which was published Volynets, miners sitting on the ground in front of the office of the President and knocking helmets. They are holding flags of the trade Union.