UN chief Ban meets Putin, says 'deeply concerned' over Ukraine

By REUTERS
March 20, 2014 15:38

 
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MOSCOW - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin that he was "deeply concerned" by the situation involving Ukraine and Russia.

Ban is on a visit to both nations to encourage all parties involved in the crisis over Ukraine and its Crimea region, which Western nations say Russia has illegally annexed, to find a peaceful solution.


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