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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.
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.
The newly appointed interim government of Ukraine signed the EU association agreement and agreed to reform the country's judiciary and political systems, as well as its financial and economic policies.
On the same day, Yanukovych left for Kharkiv to attend a summit of southeastern regions, according to media reports.
The European Union and the United States urged Yanukovych to negotiate a peaceful end to the conflict and said they would impose sanctions on government officials if they were found responsible for violence.
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.
He said that the early presidential elections scheduled for late May were illegal and that he "would not be participating in them".
He also said that while the 21 February agreement could have calmed the situation, the opposition had not agreed to it.