Ukraine: Crowd chants "Russia, Russia" at UN representative Serry





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Published on Mar 5, 2014

United Nations representative Robery Serry was blocked by a noisy crowd of locals at a Simferopol café on Wednesday. The crowd consisting of unarmed local militia men in uniform and locals, surrounded the café waving Russian, Crimean and Soviet flags, but made no attempts to enter. Television crews and journalists jostled to get a glimpse of Serry in the café.

Eventually police arrived and escorted Serry to his minivan as the crowd shouted "Russia, Russia" and "referendum" in support of a regional vote on self-determination scheduled for March 30th.

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