#EuroMajdan # євромайдан Chronicle 12/12/2013
Euromaidan on the forum
Euromaidan on youtube.com
Panorama 360 Folk Veche
hromadske.tv Civil television
Espreso.tv : Independent Channel
Ukrstream.tv : Independent Journalists
Spilno.TV : Media Activists
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UPD: 12/12/2013 Україна: Mordor will not pass!
Cool installation, author respect, and the "forces of darkness" and golden eagle - as twins.
UPD: 12/12/2013 Antimaydan
Well now Ukraine exactly tryndets! Antimaydan many times more than euromaidan and there are such fiery speeches.
UPD: 12/12/2013 Snow fortresses. New barricades of Kiev Euromaidan
Protesters in the center of the capital restored barricades, partially dismantled by public utilities and their unknown assistants during attempts to storm Euromaidan on the night of December 11.
Fearing new attempts to disperse a peaceful rally, protesters made the barricades even wider, higher and more inaccessible: in addition to wooden beams, various metal structures and street benches, people used bags of snow and ice, filling their buildings with water and winding them with barbed wire.
UPD: 12/12/2013 US State Department does not exclude the use of sanctions against Yanukovych
Representative of the US State Department Jennifer Psaki does not exclude the possibility of imposing sanctions on senior officials of Ukraine.
She said this on December 11 during a briefing in Washington (USA), the transcript of which is posted on the State Department website.
According to the transcript, she was asked about the visit of Deputy Secretary of State of the United States for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland to Ukraine and about a meeting with President Viktor Yanukovych. In particular, about the actions of the United States in case Ukraine does not adhere to the principles of democracy, and the authorities do not follow the demands of peaceful protesters.
“I’m not going to go into details about this. We are considering political options. Obviously, the decision has not yet been made. Sanctions are included, but I’m not going to outline in more detail,” said psaki, repeating this kind of wording about sanctions several times.
On a separate question about what exactly the sanctions in question, the representative of the State Department did not give a clear answer. In addition, she said that Ukraine should return to negotiations with the European Union regarding the signing of an association agreement, resume negotiations with the International Monetary Fund, as well as ensure justice for citizens and respect for their dignity on the part of the authorities.