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KIEV, January 30, 22:42 /ITAR-TASS/. Radical oppositionists have abandoned the building of regional administration in the country’s western city of Lvov, which is known for being the mainstay of far-right radical nationalism.
Mass media reports from Lvov said the ‘protesters’ moved out of the building they seized last Sunday, and removed the guard posts at the entrance. Their leaders told reporters a handover of the building to the executive committee of the regional administration had begun.
The building was seized during a rampage of a mob of rioters January 23 when several thousand people came to it to demand resignation of the regional governor, Oleg Salo.