roxanne here has been strongly critical. we visited several embassies outside of which there were protesters including the us embassy the russian embassy the british embassy and the protesters basically sharing the same message saying they don't want blood still the dough one four and they don't want to see russian troops here now. i said of god. convey that there is a stark contrast between what is happening in crimea which is south west of the southern peninsula that sticks out of ukraine what's happening here in the north in kiev. there isn't really an indication here are a fear among many people that tomorrow russian tanks are going to roll into the capital but there is a sort of awareness of what is happening a concern because many people are seeing it on their images on tv here and signals are forcing many people consider it a threat to ukrainian sovereignty ukrainian national territorial integrity. at least one person at those protests who is a russian born hold russian passports it is ukrainian and voted for the conn
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