April 17, 2014 21:50
Crimean issue not discussed in Geneva, but it is not forgotten - Kerry
GENEVA. April 17 (Interfax) - Participants of the Geneva talks have discussed the issue of escalating confrontation in Ukraine, not Crimea, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said.
Today the issue of violence in Ukraine was the topic and ways to stop confrontation were discussed, Kerry said at a news conference.
The Crimean issue is not forgotten and disagreements on it remain since sanctions regarding Russia were introduced, he said.
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