"Maidan is not a camp or barricades; it is rather an idea, fortitude and aspiration of people to live in a normal country. If people are not satisfied with the new Ukrainian government, they can come back as they did in November," Klitschko said.
According to the mayor, Kyiv should set an example for the whole country how to return to civilian life. "I am grateful to all Maidan activists for understanding that the new city authorities have to work and have vacated KSCA premises," the mayor pointed out.
Klitschko is convinced that in the nearest future car traffic along Khreshchatyk street would be renewed. "We will not force people from Maidan. First of all, this issue should be resolved through dialogue. We communicate and persuade Maidan activists to enable Kyiv residents to drive freely along the main street of the city," Vitali Klitschko pointed out.