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MOSCOW, May 04 /ITAR-TASS/. Russians continue bringing flowers to the fence of the Ukrainian embassy compound in downtown Moscow.
The mass of bouquets is so big that the whole length of embassy fence is filled with them. A Tass reporter could see notes saying ‘Turchinov (the boss of the incumbent Ukrainian administration - Itar-Tass) is a murderer’ attached to many bouquet and wreaths.
A sporadic meeting was held in front of the embassy around noon Sunday. Many people attending it were crying.
Several crews from foreign TV channels were making footage of the scene.
In the meantime, reporters could not get any comments from the embassy’s diplomats as no one was taking the calls there.
An action of remembrance for those who died at the end of last week in the course of disorders in Odessa is held in Moscow, too.
Manslaughter committed by the neo-Nazi combatants operating under the umbrella of the Right Sector and the Maidan Self-Defense Force paramilitary groupings claimed the lives of 46 defenseless people.