Ukrainian opposition activists gesture as they clash with riot police on July 4, 2012 during a protest in Kiev against a new language law as President Viktor Yanukovych summoned the leaders of parliament to limit a growing crisis.
No one has raised a question of assigning Russian language with the status of a regional language in Kyiv City Council.
"Kyiv City Council has not received a relevant draft instruction," the press service of Kyiv City Council told Interfax-Ukraine on Friday.
Earlier, Odesa city and regional councils declared Russian a regional language.
Deputies of Donetsk, Zaporizhia, Luhansk, and Kherson regional councils and Sevastopol City Council have also approved the same decision.