UK: diplomacy and restraint help prevent escalation of conflict
Military actions in Crimea concerned representatives of Great Britain
The British Embassy in Kyiv believes that Ukraine needs diplomacy and restraint so as not to intensify the conflict with Russia. In addition, representatives of the country expressed concern about the hostilities on the peninsula. The press service of the British Embassy in Kyiv reported this on Twitter.
"Concerned by allegations of armed activity in illegally occupied Crimea. Restraint and diplomacy needed to avoid further escalation", reads the statement.
1/2 Concerned by allegations of armed activity in illegally occupied #Crimea. Restraint and diplomacy needed to avoid further escalation.— UK in Ukraine (@UKinUkraine) 11 августа 2016 г.
Another report confirms the support of the Ukrainian government said: "UK continues to reject Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea".
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