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Timeline of the Euromaidan

Main article: Euromaidan

The Euromaidan (Ukrainian: Євромайдан, Yevromaidan, literally “Eurosquare”[nb 1]) was a wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Ukraine, which began on the night of 21 November 2013 with very large public protests demanding closer European integration. The scope of the protests evolved over subsequent months, culminating in resignation of Azarov’s government and ousting of President Yanukovych.[4] Protesters also have stated they joined because of the dispersal of protesters on 30 November and “a will to change life in Ukraine”.[5] By 25 January 2014 the protests had been fueled by the perception of widespread government corruption, abuse of power, and violation of human rights in Ukraine.[6]The Ukrainian ribbon. Ribbons are common symbols of non-violent protestPro-European Union rally in Kyiv, 27 November 2013Opposition leaders Vitali Klitschko and Yuriy Lutsenko stand with demonstrators on European SquareCordon of Barse and Berkut guarding the statue of the Communist leader, Vladimir Lenin (24 November).Mustafa Nayem on Euromaidan, 23 November 2013Protests in Kyiv on 24 November 2013Pro-EU protests in Kyiv, 1 December 2013Three opposition leaders on Maidan

21–29 November 2013

30 November attack on protesters

1 December 2013 Euromaidan riots

2–7 December 2013

8–10 December 2013

11 December 2013 police clash with protesters

12–16 December 2013

17 December 2013 Ukrainian–Russian action plan

18–31 December 2013

1–15 January 2014

16 January 2014 anti-protest laws

19–27 January 2014

28 January–5 February 2014

6–17 February 2014

18–23 February 2014


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