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Kremlin tells when Putin explains situation in Azov Sea area

Russian representatives believe that the situation in the area does not require pacification
13:35, 27 November 2018

TASS

Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, will soon give an explanation on the aggressive action of Russia against the Ukrainian ship group in Kerch Strait, as Dmytry Peskov, his Spokesperson, said, Interfax reported.

“When the time comes, the President will give all the necessary explanations… This might happen within the next couple of days during Putin’s visit to Argentina,” Peskov noted.

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At the same time, he noted that the Head of the Russian Federation would be ready to give “comprehensive explanations”, if this question is raised at the meetings of G20 Summit.

According to Peskov, the situation around the Kerch Strait does not need pacification.

Related: Ukraine’s Parliament appeals to international community due to Russia’s aggression in Azov Sea

“Pacification took place yesterday, when our border guards pacified the violators of Russia’s state borders,” he said, adding that now, a usual order of the maritime transport passage.

As is known, the Argentinian G20 Summit will take place on November 30 – December 1, 2018 in Buenos-Aires.

Related: European Parliament calls Russia for de-escalation in Azov area

As we reported earlier, the coast guard ships of the Russian Navy acted aggressively against the ships of the Ukrainian Navy, which have been carrying out a scheduled transition from Odesa port to Mariupol port in the Sea of Azov.  The Verkhovna Rada adopted the draft law approving as a whole a presidential decree on the imposition of martial law in Ukraine.

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