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In late February 2014, Yanukovych and many other high government officials fled the country.Protesters gained control of the presidential administration and Yanukovych's private estate.

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talk to strangers live online cam to cam and meet interesting people instantly...They didn't believe in our ability to negotiate a good agreement and didn't believe in our commitment to implement a good agreement." to view the move as the start of a trade war against Ukraine to prevent Ukraine from signing a trade agreement with the European Union.Ukrainian Industrial Policy Minister Mykhailo Korolenko stated on 18 December 2013 that because of this Ukraine's exports had dropped by $1.4 billion (or a 10% year-on-year decrease through the first 10 months of the year).It's Your Personal video chat Room and Only you knows it.Provide your private room link to any stranger whom you wanna to connect by simply Copy the link from the browser or Click on Social Share button.On 7 December 2013 the IMF clarified that it was not insisting on a single-stage increase in natural gas tariffs in Ukraine by 40%, but recommended that they be gradually raised to an economically justified level while compensating the poorest segments of the population for the losses from such an increase by strengthening targeted social assistance.

The same day IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Jerome Vacher stated that this particular IMF loan is worth US$4 billion and that it would be linked with "policy, which would remove disproportions and stimulate growth". Assistant Secretary of State] Victoria Nuland and [E. diplomat] Catherine Ashton in Kiev, during the night they started to storm the Maidan." More than 41% of protesters were ready to take part in the seizure of administrative buildings as of February, compared to 13 and 19 percent during polls on 10 and 20 December 2013.

Riot police advanced towards Maiden and clashed with protesters but did not fully occupy it.

Fighting continued the following days which saw the vast majority of casualties.

In connection with the events of February 18–20, Yanukovych was forced to make concessions to the opposition to end the bloodshed in Kiev and end the crisis.

The Agreement on settlement of political crisis in Ukraine was signed by Vitaly Klitschko, Arseny Yatsenyuk, Oleh Tyahnybok.

The State Statistics Service of Ukraine reported in November 2013 that in comparison with the same months of 2012, industrial production in Ukraine in October 2013 had fallen by 4.9 percent, in September 2013 by 5.6 percent, and in August 2013 by 5.4 percent (and that the industrial production in Ukraine in 2012 total had fallen by 1.8 percent).