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KIEV, January 19, 3:33 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian opposition will state about “an absolutely clear-cut position” towards incumbent state authorities on January 19, deputy from opposition UDAR (punch) faction Sergei Kaplin said live on TV news channel 112 Ukraine.
In his words, this statement will be made “at a popular assembly, for which millions of Ukrainians will assemble” in Independence Square in the Ukrainian capital Kiev on January 19. “We initiated the scope of high-profile and far-reaching projects and initiatives related with absolute consolidation of Ukrainian citizens,” he said.