Supporters of both the opposition and government in Ukraine have been streaming into Kyiv ahead of mass rally’s planned for Sunday, reports Euronews.
No solution was reached at round table talks between President Yanukovich and the opposition on Friday.
Hundreds of opposition demonstrators remain camped out behind barricades in freezing temperatures on Independence Square. A pro-government rally has been held on Kyiv's European Square on Saturday.
US Senators John McCain and Chris Murphy are expected to attend on Sunday. The United States has condemned the harsh government measures against protesters.
One opposition protester said “tomorrow will see more than one million people come together”. He added that last Sunday’s protests brought together many demonstrators.
People have been arriving from all over the country throughout the day ahead of what is set to be a tense day of protests on Sunday.
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