Russia blast Kerry remarks about Ukraine as 'unacceptable'

By REUTERS
March 3, 2014 16:16

 
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MOSCOW - The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Monday that recent remarks by US Secretary of State John Kerry contained threats against Russia and were "unacceptable".

Kerry on Sunday condemned what he called Russia's "incredible act of aggression" in Ukraine after Russian forces took control of the Crimea region and parliament gave President Vladimir Putin consent to send the military into Ukraine.

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