Some comparisons between Maidan and Antimaidan in Odesa

Some comparisons between Maidan and Antimaidan in Odesa

Voices of Ukraine

By Sergey Zoo
05.05.2014 Facebook
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

1) The Odesa Maidan had never attacked the camp at the Kulikovo [Field] before, even though they could have done so easily and on multiple occasions. As a rule, few people were there [at the Antimaidan camp], no serious fortifications were in place, and the camp was present 24/7. You could come there on any day and at any time.

However, people from the Kulikovo Field came and attacked the Odesa Maidan several times, even though the camp by the Duke [Richelieu Monument] was not standing 24/7. Moreover, daily gatherings by the Duke had stopped recently. During one of the more recent incidents, four of the attackers were detained. They were found carrying weapons, and handed over to the cops. The cops set them free.

2) There were, indeed, multiple calls to do something about the…

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