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"The opposition's procrastination with a reply to the Ukrainian president's proposal on ways to settle the crisis in the country may result in new casualties on both sides," the MP's statement, placed on the website of the Party of Regions on Sunday, said.
The MP's opinion is that an evasive stand of the oppositionists only heats up the most radically-minded participants in street actions of protest in downtown Kiev, who make increasingly audacious attacks on law enforcement personnel.
"As of January 26, as many as 311 law enforcers, injured during mass unrest, applied for medical aid and 118 of them have been hospitalized," the MP pointed out.