Ukraine: Kiev protests dismantle Crimea installation, demand Poroshenko resign

Members of Movement of the New Forces protested in Kiev, Sunday, against Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and demanded his resignation.

Protesters spontaneously began dismantling an installation about Crimea that had been built the day before in Independence Square. The piece was a huge system of metal structures holding Ukrainian flags and inscriptions that read "thanks to the grandfather for the victory of 1918, we must repeat," "The Crimean operation of 1918" and "Crimea is ours."

According to local media, these slogans are "a direct reference to Russian-propaganda."

Reportedly, authorities did not interfere in this action.

Former Georgian President and Governor of Odessa Mikheil Saakashvili organised the march via Facebook, under the name 'all-Ukrainian peace march.'

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