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Pro-EU supporters pull down Lenin's statue in Kiev

Submitted by traveltourworld
Mon, 9 Dec 2013

The monument to Russian revolutionary leader Vladimir Lenin on Kiev's Bessarabskya Square is one of the major tourist and symbolic sites. It's also a historic monument about the ties Ukraine has with Russia and the Soviet Union.
This monument was taken down today by pro EU protesters in Kiev's capital city.

Here is a summary what happened on Sunday, December 8 during massive demonstrations:
The Ukrainian government will "begin consultations" aimed at defusing tension in the country, President Viktor Yanukovich told UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon during a telephone conversation. The presidential press service did not elaborate on whose counsel the government was going to seek. Speaking with Yanukovich, the UN Chief urged restraint from violence and called on all sides of the Ukrainian crisis to start a dialogue.

 

The monument to Russian revolutionary leader Vladimir Lenin on Kiev's Bessarabskya Square is one of the major tourist and symbolic sites. It's also a historic monument about the ties Ukraine has with Russia and the Soviet Union.
This monument was taken down today by pro EU protesters in Kiev's capital city.

Here is a summary what happened on Sunday, December 8 during massive demonstrations:
The Ukrainian government will "begin consultations" aimed at defusing tension in the country, President Viktor Yanukovich told UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon during a telephone conversation. The presidential press service did not elaborate on whose counsel the government was going to seek. Speaking with Yanukovich, the UN Chief urged restraint from violence and called on all sides of the Ukrainian crisis to start a dialogue.


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