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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.I don't want any decisions made using such a radical way." The perception that Yanukovych was trying to establish closer ties with Russia played a major role in the protests.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.The demonstrators vacated all occupied Regional State Administration buildings, and activists in Kiev left the Hrushevskoho Street standoff; Kiev's City Hall was also released back to government control on 16 February.On 14 February, Yanukovych had said: "I want to say that I was incited, and I'm incited to use various methods and ways how to settle the situation, but I want to say I don't want to be at war.
Before some police officers defected, the plans included the deployment of 22,000 combined security troops in Kiev.