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KIEV, January 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Utility services that provide for life-supporting activity in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, demanded protesters should unblock Kiev city council and city authorities and should vacate the building, which houses these two organizations.
Representatives in utilities, corporations and other organizations believe that protesters, who had captured the building housing Kiev authorities, “expressing their civic position, should also remember about civil duty, the duty to care about the city, where all of us live and work and about people who live nearby.”
Representatives of such organizations as Kiev passenger transport, city metro, city utility services, underground anti-slide service, city rescue service and others signed an open address.