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MOSCOW, January 21. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia urges all parties to ongoing crisis in Ukraine to settle the problems through talks in constitutional legal field, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told a news conference devoted to the results of 2013 on Tuesday.
“We are quite concerned over current events in Ukraine. We urge all parties concerned to settle the problems through talks, compulsorily in constitutional legal field,” the minister said.
Earlier, Sergei Lavrov named the conduct of several European politicians towards the situation in Ukraine indecent.
Russia’s foreign minister finds any talks about a split in Ukraine provocative.
“I would not like to back provocative talks over a split in Ukraine, as we are doing our best to avert this and stabilize the situation,” Sergei Lavrov said.