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MOSCOW, March 22, /ITAR-TASS/. Russian ombudsman Ella Pamfilova urged all Russian and Ukrainian public figures to refrain from statements that may escalate tensions between the two countries.
“I am worried by the escalation of aggression between Russia and Ukraine. I would like to urge everyone to avoid strong statements,” she told Ekho Moksvy Radio on Saturday, March 22.
“First of all, every one of us should think about how to preserve centuries-old friendly relations between our people,” she added.