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Putin Says No Talks With Ukraine About Release of Sailors


According to Reuters, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that there had been no discussion with Ukraine about the possible release of the Ukrainian sailors who were seized along with their ships by Russia last month. Russia is resisting international calls to release three Ukrainian naval ships that its border patrols fired upon and seized in the strait near Russian-annexed Crimea last weekend.

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