VIENNA (Reuters) - U.S. sanctions against Moscow will remain in place until Russia withdraws from Ukraine, United States Secretary of state Rex Tillerson said on Thursday, speaking in front of his Russian counterpart at a security conference in Vienna. (Reuters World News) More
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In his speech, he referred to the 2015 Minsk ceasefire agreement, brokered in the Belarussian capital by France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine. “In eastern Ukraine, we join our European partners in maintaining sanctions until Russia withdraws its forces ...
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He says Russia is “arming, leading, training and fighting alongside anti-government forces” in Ukraine. Tillerson says the United States will “never accept Russia's occupation and attempted annexation” of Crimea. He says sanctions will stay in place ...
Posted on 7 December 2017 | 6:22 am | Google News
Russia sanctions will stay until it withdraws from Ukraine: Tillerson
VIENNA: US sanctions against Moscow will remain in place until Russia withdraws from Ukraine, United States secretary of state Rex Tillerson said on Thursday (Dec 7), speaking in front of his Russian counterpart at a security conference in Vienna. "We ...
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