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KIEV, February 21. /TASS/. Radicals from Ukraine’s so-called Revolutionary Right Forces, also known as Radical Right Forces, have left the Kozatsky hotel in central Kiev where they earlier organized their headquarters, the hotel’s administrator told the Fifth Channel on Sunday.
On Saturday evening, about 50 men in fatigues took several premises in the Kozatsky hotel located in Kiev’s Independence Square, or maidan. According to some media outlets, the hotel was captured by the radicals but later it was reported that the radical were leasing the hotel’s conference hall under agreement with the administration.
Groups of protesters are staying in the Independence Square since February 20. They have put several tents and held the so-called ‘people’s assembly,’ which accused the current authorities of Ukraine’s problems and demanded their resignation. Most activists represent an organization Radical Right Forces, also known as Revolutionary Right Forces. This organization is an amalgamation of a number of radical right organizations, including former activists of the notorious Right Sector (which is outlawed in Russia) and the Azov paramilitary battalion. Many of its members took part in combat operations in Donbass.