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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.
A period of relative calm in the anti-government demonstrations in Kiev ended abruptly on 18 February 2014, when protesters and police clashed.
At least 82 people were killed over the next few days, including 13 policemen; more than 1,100 people were injured.
On 22 February, the protesters were reported to be in control of Kiev, and Yanukovych was said to have fled the capital for eastern Ukraine.
On 28 February, Yanukovych attended a press conference in southern Russia and answered questions from mostly Russian reporters.
Despite the agreement, thousands continued to protest in central Kiev, and the demonstrators took full control of the city's government district: the parliament building, the president's administration quarters, the cabinet, and the Interior Ministry.