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February 22, 2014). He won thanks to the support of the eastern half of the country, which is a native Russian-speaking portion of the country. Outrage’s from the pro-EU citizens arose when Yanukoyvch chose to accept stronger ties to Russia unraveling all the hard work that had been put into the relationship with the European Union. This eventually led to actions such as “occupy Kiev city hall” in which 800,000 people showed up in protest the atrocities they believed to be inexcusable ("Ukraine crisis timeline" March 17, 2014). Earlier this year the Ukrainian parliament passed a law against protesting which enraged the protesters and lead to many outbreaks in Kiev which resulted in bloodshed.
Miles Mitchell Professor Matic POSC 3610 30 March 2014 The Ukraine Crisis I. Introduction The current international crisis involving Russia and Ukraine developed in the aftermath of the 2014 revolution in Ukraine. As a result, Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovich was impeached and quickly fled the capital. An interim government formed around Oleksandr Turchynov as the acting president. Germany and the US quickly recognized this new government, while Russia did not.
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