Ukraine regains control of border with Russia

By REUTERS
June 20, 2014 11:58

 
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KIEV - Ukrainian forces have restored control of the border with Russia and can now prevent military equipment being brought across the frontier to support pro-Russian separatists, acting Defense Minister Mykhailo Koval said on Friday.

"Our forces have completed the encirclement of the problem region and restored the state border of Ukraine. Last week we fully closed off the possibility of any military equipment being brought in from the Russian Federation," Koval told parliament.

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