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KIEV, April 16. /ITAR-TASS/. Representatives of the Interior Ministry of the Donetsk Oblast and anti-Kiev protesters met on Thursday to discuss the situation in the region, the regional Interior Ministry's press service reports.
Local police leaders demanded that the protesters immediately return all weapons seized from police armories. The protesters, in turn, supported the policemen’s intention to guard law and order but said they were dissatisfied with the leadership of city and district police stations.
“The sides agreed to hold a more meaningful discussion on all issues that concern the law enforces and the activists at the regional Interior Ministry on April 19,” the regional Interior Ministry said.