Russian use of force in Ukraine is a choice of last resort, says Putin

By REUTERS
March 4, 2014 13:02

 
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MOSCOW- Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday the use of force by Russia in Ukraine was a choice of "last resort".

At his first news conference since Ukraine's ousted leader, Viktor Yanukovich, fled from Ukraine, Putin also said Russia reserved the right to intervene if there was "lawlessness" in Russian-speaking eastern Ukraine.

Any intervention, he said, would be "legitimate and within the framework of international law".

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