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An exit strategy for Euromaidan


The resignation of Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov comes, after two months of unrest in the country, at the start of an emergency session of parliament. Azarov declared he was quitting because of the threat to the economy caused by more than 60 days of unrest.

The resignation of Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov comes, after two months of unrest in the country, at the start of an emergency session of parliament. Azarov declared he was quitting because of the threat to the economy caused by more than 60 days of unrest.

 

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