Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovich, amid violent protests against his rule, has pledged on Friday to reshuffle the government next week and to amend sweeping anti-protest laws.
Protesters in Ukraine have been skeptical that talks between an opposition leader and President Viktor Yanukovych can make progress.
The demonstrators yelled and whistled down one of the opposition leaders, Oleg Tyag-ny-bok, as he tried to communicate that the talks would reduce bloodshed. Others went ahead to set fire to tyres near opposition barricades.
Another opposition leader, Vitali Klitschko, said that the President had made no concessions in the talks, and contrary to the message which Oleg passed, the boxer-turned-politician said that he feared further bloodshed.
Mr Klitschko believes that the atmosphere is still tense and that the outcome of the talks was rather disappointing for the protesters.
In what appeared to be an offer of concessions to the opposition, Yanukovich made his offer in comments to church leaders as the protesters erected more street barricades and occupied a government ministry building in Kiev ahead of what is expected to be another hot weekend of anti-government rallies.
Hundreds of protesters and scores of police officers have been injured in clashes around independence square during the week.
Officials confirmed two bodies were found with bullet wounds close to the scene of clashes on Wednesday.
The president’s Party of the Regions confirmed reports that two months of protests had spread to other parts of Ukraine, particularly to pro-European Union western regions, where it said “extremists” had seized administrative buildings.