A statement by the Ukrainian Embassy said: "Around 10 am on Saturday 13 April, the official vehicle of the Ambassador of Ukraine to the United Kingdom was deliberately rammed as it sat parked in front of the Embassy of Ukraine's building".
'The police were called immediately, and the suspect's vehicle was blocked up.
TV footage later showed a silver auto slewed across the cordoned-off road with its driver's door open and window shattered.
Police in London opened fire after a driver deliberately rammed their vehicle into the Ukrainian ambassador's official auto on Saturday morning.More news: Two of Nintendo's Biggest Exclusives Will Soon Be Getting Labo VR Support
A Met police spokesman said the incident took place on Saturday morning and was not ongoing.
London's Metropolitan Police confirmed they were called to reports of a vehicle hitting a number of parked cars near the Ukrainian embassy. He said the embassy had not been threatened in recent weeks.
ARMED cops opened fire on a auto near the Ukrainian Embassy today after it "deliberately rammed" into the ambassador's vehicle twice in London.
"On arrival at the scene, a vehicle was driven at police officers", the force said in a statement.More news: GM to reveal next-generation Corvette in July
Police said the uninjured man was "taken to a central London hospital as a precaution".
Scotland Yard confirmed a police firearm and Taser were deployed but said the incident was not terror-related.
Witnesses say they heard approximately 10 shots fired. Police did not report any injuries to the suspect.
London's Metropolitan Police said firearms and stun guns were used to stop and detain a suspect who drove a vehicle at a police auto when police arrived on the scene.More news: Steph Curry goes down with ankle injury in 1st quarter against Pelicans