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"We are not going to go away. We have to give him (Poroshenko) a chance. Let’s take one month," one of the inhabitants of the camp said. In addition, the protesters say that they are not going to break down the camp.
The situation on the area is quiet today, ITAR-TASS correspondent reports. The activists began to prepare breakfast, and music was there. Local merchants laid out their tables for souvenirs. This part of city is now one of the most popular among tourists. Only group of 'self-defenders’ of 8-10 people appeared. There was one additional barricade.
Earlier Vitali Klitschko who won Kiev mayor elections said that the protesters in the square would be asked to dismantle the barricades and leave. In addition, he turned to "self-defense Maidan" to release the City council building for the new city authorities.