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Though Kiev city administration chairman Volodymyr Makeyenko stated that the dismantling of barricades would begin on February 24, nothing has been done yet. So-called self-defense squads from Independence Square remain on duty at the sites.
Tension remains at Kiev streets. Some radicals say they are ordered to be in combat readiness. Radicals from the "right sector" sometimes set off powerful fireworks at Grushevsky Street in the central park.
A passage is opened in a concrete barricade for transport and people to go toward European Square.
Kiev residents go to Institutskaya Street where people died during disorders. Flowers, lights and crosses are laid at the place in commemoration of the dead.
Radicals seem not to intend to leave Independence Square.