Ivano-Frankivsk regional administration reopens after days of protestors' siege
The Ivano-Frankivsk regional administration is resuming its usual business after being vacated by protestors.
"All regional administration staff and all deputies are in their places. Today everyone arrived at work as usual, no one was impeded, no one was blocked," the administration's spokesman, Serhiy Bily, told reporters.
"Everything is normal" at the office of the Ivano-Frankivsk regional administration chief, Vasyl Chudnov, he said. Technicians are now working there to restore communications. Chudnov is expected to arrive shortly. "There is order, no damage" in the administration building.
The building's elevators and Internet were back on from Monday.
Utility workers and two tractors finish clearing the remains of the barricades dismantled late last night in front of the administration building.
However, several dozen activists are still in the square outside the mobilization tent of the national resistance headquarters. The area around them has been surrounded by car tires and boards.
Protestors vacated the Ivano-Frankivsk regional administration they had been occupying since January 24 in the early hours of yesterday morning.