Prime Minister Mykola Azarov urged protesters, staying in Maidan Nezalezhnosti Square for many days, to come back home to their families. He stated this in his speech in the Yevropeiska Square in Kiev, where the rally in support of the authorities is held, ForUm correspondent reports.

"All issues should be addressed and discussed at the negotiating table. People shouldn’t be distracted from their jobs. I know that such a turbulent situation is only in Kyiv, the rest of country lives in peace. Go back to your families, mind your own affairs. The task of politicians is to find a way out of this situation, and those, who promote hatred, should not be involved in politics. I'm not used to speak at rallies, but today I had to go out and explain what happened," PM said.

In addition, Azarov gave best regards to the protesters in the Yevropeiska Square from the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and expressed his gratitude for their coming "to support us in this difficult time".


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