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KIEV, February 19, (ITAR-TASS) - Leader of Ukraine’s opposing UDAR party Vitali Klitschko after a meeting with President Yanukovich accused him of an inadequate reaction to the events in Kiev.
“Yanukovich reacts inadequately to the situation. Yanukovich is incapable of realistic analysis of what has been happening in the country,” Klitschko said thus making it clear the negotiations on improving the situation in the country had failed.
During the meeting Yanukovich said “leaders of the opposition should call on people in Maidan (Independence Square) to stop the confrontation and fold the arms.”
After the meeting with the president, Klitschko headed for the Independence Square in central Kiev, where unrest and fires continue.