The protest zone on Khreshchatyk street leading to 'Maidan' (Independence square) was quiet with protesters walking around, heading to and away from the square where protesters are still camped out.
Slava Sikach, a 28-years-old tourism business owner, is a volunteer who hands out food to fellow protesters.
"It's quiet right now. It's not dangerous now at all, people are waiting what to do," she said.
Slava said that she feels safe adding that she is ready for new attacks.
"People need to help each other that's why we came. We were here during the day and now we came again."
Tatyana Stepanenko is a mother from Kiev and a volunteer serving food to protesters at Independence Square.
"We don't fight, we just protest against the corruption in our government. We protest against law when it doesn't work anywhere, corruption is all around."
"Nothing is working in this country, we have no good healthcare system, no education, very little salary."
[Freelance journalist Kristina Jovanovski reporting from Kiev]