"I came to support you and say that both in Kiev and in all the cities where people took to the streets in struggle for their rights, there are many of us. We cannot be intimidated. Our strength lies in being united. Therefore, we must win,” Klitschko said. “Our main goal, and that is what I hear from everyone who I talk to in the streets, is change this power, to change the whole system and we have to do it," UDAR leader pointed out.
Vitali Klitschko is in the trip to several Ukrainian regions. On Friday he visited Cherkassy, and on Sunday at 12.00 UDAR leader will participate at People’s Assembly in Dnipropetrovsk.
Cherkassy and Poltava authorities tried to set up provocations, meeting venues were allegedly mined or cut off from electricity, and organized small pickets with placards. Also in Poltava Klitschko was under outdoor surveillance all the time.