March 05, 2014 22:17
Lavrov: Western regarding situation in Ukraine not constructive
PARIS. March 5 (Interfax) - Western actions regarding the situation in Ukraine do not promote an atmosphere of cooperation, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in Paris after talks with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
"We held a meeting with John Kerry regarding the situation in Ukraine, regarding the actions that our partners are trying to take along the lines of OSCE, the Russia-NATO Council and other international organizations. Actions that do not help create an atmosphere of dialogue or constructive cooperation," he said after the talks.
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