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ROSTOV-ON-DON, February 28. /ITAR-TASS/. The current events in Ukraine, which has seen its legitimate leader ousted in violent anti-government protests, were possibly organized outside the country, fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych said Friday.
“A horrible, dramatized performance with participation of militants and authors of the bloody script is currently underway. No man is and has been more interested than I and my team in the prevention of bloodshed, in peaceful resolution of the conflict. This script must have been written outside of Ukraine,” Yanukovych told journalists in southern Russia.