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SIMFEROPOL, February 27. /ITAR-TASS/. The Crimean Prosecutor's General Office has set up a headquarters to regulate the situation around seized administrative buildings, the Prosecutor's said on its website on Thursday.
"To regulate the situation over seized administrative buildings of the Crimean parliament and government and for purposes of coordinating the activities of law enforcement bodies and the bodies of power and prevention of mass disturbances a headquarters has been set up with Crimea's Prosecutor Vyacheslav Pavlov and heads of power structures in charge," the Prosecutor's office said.
The Crimean Prosecutor's office has been working in a usual regime. No provocative acts near the building of the Prosecutor's office have been staged, it said on the website.