Cry of Ukraine

21 February 2014

The Presidium of the Supreme Council of Crimea appointed an extraordinary session for February 21 to discuss the situation in Ukraine. From that day on, pro-Russian residents of Crimea, refusing to recognize the new leadership of Ukraine, began an indefinite protest near the building of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, demanding the separation of Crimea from Ukraine and the creation of an independent state. Their opponents from among the supporters of Euromaidan tried to arrange brawls.

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