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KIEV, March 7. /TASS/. The situation around the Russian embassy in Kiev remains quiet, no more provocations have been fixed, the embassy’s press secretary Oleg Grishin told TASS on Monday.
The disorders around the embassy in Kiev began at night to March 6. People in camouflage smocks, wearing facial masks, armed with baseball bats, attacked vehicles of the Russian embassy in Kiev. "They damaged greatly three cars," the press secretary said. "Besides, they threw several blasting cartridges onto the territory of the Russian diplomatic mission." He said the attackers were clearly well equipped and the attack had been staged. The unrest around the embassy continued to about 10 at night on Sunday.
Russia presented a note of protest to the Ukrainian foreign minister, but the authorities left without comments the attack on the embassy. Foreign Minister Pavel Klimkin said only he supported "fully peace actions." Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk made a similar statement.