About 70 people gathered near the Poroshenko’s house in outskirt of Kiev. It was reported by the National Police of the Kiev region.
Earlier it was reported about the rally in the Ukrainian capital arranged by Saakashvil.
About 1,000 supporters of ex-Georgian leader and former Governor of Ukraine’s Odessa Mikheil Saakashvili, who now leads the Ukrainian oppositions’ Movement of New Forces, are marching across central Kiev demanding change of power in the country.
"We are resuming our protests," the rally’s participant said. "We see clearly that they [authorities] cannot be trusted, and we are sure the regime will not make it to spring." The protesters chant calls for resignations and for legal responsibility. They call for impeachment of President Pyotr Poroshenko, for new parliament, where "300 independent Spartans-deputies," whose term would be one year - to adopt laws to change the power system in the country. The third demand is a new government, which will implement the program dubbed "70 Days of New Power."
Rally participants demanded Poroshenko come to Kiev’s central Independence Square, or Maidan Nezalezhnosti, on February 18 to publicly declare his resignation.