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Ukraine should take tit-for-tat measures against Russian ships, - Groysman

The Kerch Strait incident has once again proved that Russia is the aggressor and the occupant country, Ukraine's Prime Minister says
11:29, 30 November 2018

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Ukraine should consider responding to Russia's actions in Kerch Strait - perhaps on the tit-for-tat basis; if Russia illegally detains Ukrainian Navy vessels and puts Ukrainian sailors behind the bars, then Russian ships may be arrested, too. Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said so in the interview with Die Welt.

The Kerch Strait incident has once again proved that Russia is the aggressor and the occupant country, Ukraine's Prime Minister said.

The head of the Ukrainian government urged the EU to boost the sanction mode against the aggressor after the escalation of the security situation in the Azov and the Black Sea region. According to him, lately, Brussels has been avoiding this topic.

Groysman also criticized the Nord Stream II construction in Europe; according to him, this initiative damages Ukraine and the entire continent alike.

During her talks with Groysman, German Chancellor Angela Merkel claimed she was going to discuss the situation in the Sea of Azov at her meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, which is slated for G20 summit in Buenos Aires. The German politician urges Russia not to let the direct military conflict with neighboring Ukraine begin. 

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