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KIEV, February 20. /ITAR-TASS/. Leader of Ukraine’s opposition party UDAR Vitali Klitschko has urged the authorities to withdraw troops from central Kiev.
“The key task today is to stop bloodshed,” he said at a Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine’s national parliament) session on Thursday. “And the parliament must pass a relevant decision unanimously.”
“The first thing to do is to withdraw troops to stop bloodshed,” he said, placing the entire responsibility for ongoing upheavals in central Kiev on the authorities.
At the same time, he admitted that the current round of confrontation must be settled by peaceful means.