In Switzerland the killed in the Grushevskogo street were honored within moment of silence
In Davos (Switzerland) at the meeting of the World Economic Forum, the dead participants of the protest on the street Grushevskogo were honored within a minute of silence. Five people died in the clashes in Kiev, including four ones from the fire guns. Information was provided by Oleg Musiy, coordinator of the medical service of national resistance.
Arrived Prime Minister Mykola Azarov was refused a speech at the meeting on Friday. The Chairman of the European Parliament Martin Schulz wrote about this on Twitter. Schulz also commented on this decision by inability to support a government that is indifferent to violence happening in the country.
Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Boyko also was paid attention. The western politicians accused isolation policy of the Ukrainian government in respect of the struggles of the people and law enforcement officers.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, concerned about the current situation in Ukraine, called on the conflicting sides to start real negotiations, as well as stop the violence in the country.