An anchor on the Brotherhood-associated television channel Rabia, transmitting from Turkey, aired the statement on Saturday, citing unnamed elements of the "leadership of the revolutionary youth."
According to the statement, foreigners, as well as companies, embassies and consulates must also end their activities in the country, threatening physical violence if their demands are not met.
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Ukraine' representative, former president Leonid Kuchma, left Saturday' talks in Minsk, Belarus, and told reporters that pro-Russia officials had destabilized the talks by making ultimatums and refusing, "to discuss a plan of measures for a quick ceasefire and a pull-back of heavy weapons."
A representative of the pro-Russian forces, Denis Pushilin, told reporters they were prepared for negotiations, "but not ready for ultimatums from Kiev while shelling by their forces is going on in the background of towns in the Donbass (industrialized eastern Ukraine)".
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Many of the participants in Kiev' "EuroMaidan" demonstrations were members of Soros-funded NGOs and/or were trained by the same NGOs in the many workshops and conferences sponsored by Soros' International Renaissance Foundation (IRF), and his various Open Society institutes and foundations. The IRF, founded and funded by Soros, boasts that it has given "more than any other donor organization" to "democratic transformation" of Ukraine.
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"Well, we can imagine any situation, so if such [a] petition is submitted to the Russian government, we will definitely consider it, but we will take into account all the factors of our bilateral relationships between Russia and Greece, so that is all I can say. If it is submitted we will consider it," Siluanov told CNBC in an interview in Moscow on Thursday.
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Two rebel delegates flew to the Belarus capital Minsk, only to announce that talks would not take place and they were flying back to Moscow. Any talks would be the first since a five-month-old ceasefire collapsed with a new rebel advance last week.
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