Ukrainian opposition groups plan to march on parliament to push lawmakers to curb President Viktor Yanukovych’s powers, risking renewed conflict with police even as they offer some concessions to end three months of deadlock.
Ukraine is willing to give Russia joint control of a pipeline to southeastern Europe in exchange for access to natural gas supplies, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said as the countries negotiate a gas venture.
Ukraine’s justice minister said she may push for a state of emergency after activists took over her offices in the capital, where anti-government protests are into a third month. They later left the building.
Ukraine’s opposition will hold talks tomorrow with President Viktor Yanukovych’s party after thousands of people joined protests against his rejection of a European Union trade pact that paralyzed Kiev.
Ukraine’s prime minister quit to help end more than two months of street protests as parliament prepared to grant amnesty to activists after revoking anti-rally laws that sparked deadly riots last week.