Cry of Ukraine

16 February 2014

In the morning, the “commandant” of the KSCA building seized by the protesters, Ruslan Andreyko, signed a document with the OSCE representative, Swiss Ambassador Christian Schonenberger, according to which the building is transferred under the control of the OSCE, after which the corresponding act was signed by the chairman of the KSCA Vladimir Makeenko. Makeenko said that the city authorities have no claims against the protesters regarding the damage caused to the building. Igor Zhdanov, a member of the Maidan VO Council, announced that the barricades at the corner of Khreshchatyk and Bogdan Khmelnitsky Street would not be dismantled: “We remain on the barricades. Here remains our checkpoint, our tents. We’re not going anywhere. But the building itself will function as usual.” In the afternoon, armed people in camouflage (about 150 people), who called themselves “warriors of Narnia”, “Vikings” and the like, again entered the building of the Kyiv City State Administration, and began to rob the offices of the Administration. The emergency number 102 was reported to the police, but when the three policemen arrived at the building, they were not allowed inside by representatives of the so-called “commandant’s office”. The policemen were quickly surrounded by a crowd in masks, helmets and with sticks in their hands, when the policemen began to leave, the crowd began to beat them.

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