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Prime Minister Mykola Azarov had asked for €20 billion (US billion) in loans and aid.Yanukovych was widely disliked in Ukraine's west but had some support in the east, where his native Russian is much more spoken, and in the south.Before some police officers defected, the plans included the deployment of 22,000 combined security troops in Kiev.On 21 February, after a failed crackdown that killed as many as 100 people, Yanukovych made some concessions.
Yanukovych accepted "bail-out" money— billion out of a billion package—from Russia, and this was interpreted as a sign that he would seek close ties with Putin.
He also said that while the 21 February agreement could have calmed the situation, the opposition had not agreed to it.
Protests originally erupted in November 2013 after Yanukovych refused to sign a political association and free trade agreement with the European Union at a meeting of the Eastern Partnership in Vilnius, Lithuania, choosing closer ties with Russia instead.
At least 82 people were killed over the next few days, including 13 policemen; more than 1,100 people were injured.
On 18 February, some 20,000 Euromaidan protesters advanced on Ukraine's parliament in support of restoring the Constitution of Ukraine to its 2004 form, which had been repealed by the Constitutional Court of Ukraine shortly after Yanukovych was elected president in 2010. The confrontation turned violent; the BBC, citing correspondents, reported that each side blamed the other.