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G7 ambassadors condemn Russian presidential election in Crimea

Sanctions against the Kremlin to remain in place until the Kremlin changes its aggressive policy, - collective statement
23:01, 13 March 2018

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G7 ambassadors decisively blamed the Kremlin's plans to hold the presidential election in the annexed Crimea. The respective statement was made after the meeting with President Petro Poroshenko in Kyiv on Tuesday. 

The officials added that sanctions against the Kremlin will remain until it changes its aggressive policy.    

The G7 and Canada also confirmed that they would continue to support Ukraine on its way to implementation of reforms, and expressed the support in terms of bringing UN peacekeepers to Donbas.

Related: Poroshenko asks G7 countries to condemn Russian elections in Crimea

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