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The police fired guns with both rubber bullets and, later, live ammunition (including automatic weapons and sniper rifles), while also using tear gas and flash grenades in an attempt to repel thousands of demonstrators.The protesters fought with crude weapons (such as large rocks and bats), firearms, and improvised explosives (Molotov cocktails), In response, the chairman of the Ukrainian parliament, Volodymyr Rybak, announced the next day that he had signed a parliamentary decree condemning the use of force and urging all institutions (the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Cabinet of Ministers, etc.) to cease immediately all military actions against protesters.On 28 February, Yanukovych attended a press conference in southern Russia and answered questions from mostly Russian reporters.He said that the early presidential elections scheduled for late May were illegal and that he "would not be participating in them".

Yanukovych accepted "bail-out" money— billion out of a billion package—from Russia, and this was interpreted as a sign that he would seek close ties with Putin.It promised constitutional changes to restore certain powers to Parliament and called for early elections to be held by December.Despite the agreement, thousands continued to protest in central Kiev, and the demonstrators took full control of the city's government district: the parliament building, the president's administration quarters, the cabinet, and the Interior Ministry.He also said that while the 21 February agreement could have calmed the situation, the opposition had not agreed to it.Protests originally erupted in November 2013 after Yanukovych refused to sign a political association and free trade agreement with the European Union at a meeting of the Eastern Partnership in Vilnius, Lithuania, choosing closer ties with Russia instead.Parliament also suspended Zakharchenko from his duties.