World leaders have condemned the use of violence during protests in the Ukraine on Dec. 11.
They include U.S. secretary of state John Kerry as well as Baltic leaders.
It follows after police swooped in on a demonstration camp in Kiev's independence square leading to scuffles and injuries, reports showed.
Pro EU demonstrators are demanding for close EU ties and the resignation of President Viktor Yanukovych who refused to sign a deal.
Yanukovych has said he is not ruling a deal completely but in doing so is protecting the vulnerable in the country.
In Georgia, party politicians came to blows during talks over the situation in the Ukraine. Some politicians condemned the use of violence during the protests before massive fights erupted.
Kicks and punches ensued whilst papers can be seen flying in the air. Classic stuff.
No one was seriously injured in the brawls