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MOSCOW, March 14. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow has described the European Parliament’s resolution passed on Thursday as openly anti-Russian.
“The European Parliament’s resolution is openly anti-Russian, while the conclusions contained in it are distorting the core of what is going on in Ukraine,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in its statement on Friday.
“The openly anti-Russian nature of yesterday’s resolution adopted by the European Parliament has left us confused. The wordings contained in it are unfair and unacceptable while the conclusions are completely distorting the events in Ukraine. We regard this document as yet another evidence of the fact that European deputies are refusing to use common sense and objective facts in their work,” the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed.