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“It is very important to stay sober-minded, show restraint and respect for that country’s sovereignty,” said Irina Prokhorova, sister of the party’s founder and businessman-turned-politician Mikhail Prokhorov, stressing importance of settling the crisis by peaceful means.
“I am very glad that consultations and negotiations continue today and attempts to find the way out of the crisis are being taken. I hope that common sense, wisdom and diplomacy will do their good and settlement will be found inside Ukraine and in relations between Russia and Ukraine,” Prokhorova said.