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KIEV, December 07, 23:58 /ITAR-TASS/. The Party of Regions faction in the Ukrainian parliament is ready to start a dialogue with the opposition to find a way out of the crisis in Kiev. In its statement released on Saturday, the party said it was ready to form a negotiating team.
For its part, the opposition should unblock all administrative buildings, isolate all instigators and calm down the protesters.
The Party of Regions pointed to attempts of intimidation and blackmail of its deputies and Interior Ministry employees.
“The extremists surpassed all the limits of humanity and moral when they threatened the families of law enforcers, politicians, judges and policemen who had taken part in the investigation of all the unlawful street actions with violence,” the statement said.
The Party of Regions also urged Ukrainians to preserve the constitutional order, legality and public order.