February 28, 2014 13:27
Ukraine Navy functions as usual - Defense Ministry
KYIV. Feb 28 (Interfax) - The Ukrainian Navy is functioning as usual, a Defense Ministry spokesman told Interfax.
"Servicemen are at their permanent bases. There have been no provocative acts in relations to units and divisions of the Ukrainian Navy," he said.
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