Without any Ukrainian Navy presence on the Azov, President Poroshenko believes that only Western pressure will succeed in persuading Russia
Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Without any Ukrainian Navy presence on the Azov, President Poroshenko believes that only Western pressure will succeed in persuading Russia

Without any Ukrainian Navy presence on the Azov, President Poroshenko believes that only Western pressure will succeed in persuading Russia to allow freedom of navigation on the sea, which is about as big as Holland. He wrote Tuesday on Facebook: “In collaboration with international partners, we will find effective political and legal, and security mechanisms to stop the Russian blockade of the Sea of Azov.” Last week, in response to a question from the Morning News, Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan said: “I hope Western countries will take a stronger stand with Russia, as what they are doing is illegal.”

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