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KIEV, December 13, 21:06 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has proposed a moratorium on any forcible actions.
“I ask everybody to calm down and put an end to confrontation,” he said at a roundtable meeting on the settlement of the political situation in Ukraine on Friday. “Confrontation never leads to anything good.
“Let the authorities and the opposition find a way out of this situation,” Yanukovich said, addressing his words to protesters.
He once again stressed that politics could not be built on confrontation. “Everyone has his or her own point of view, and this point of view should be respected. We must think about how to unite people rather than to disunite them. And we should be together in foreign policy too,” he added.