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MOSCOW, May 3 (Itar-Tass) - Moscow condemns the actions that have led to 38 deaths in Odessa and blames Kiev for it.
"The tragic events in Odessa on May 2, in which, according to reports, 38 people died and 50 were injured, are viewed in Moscow as criminal irresponsibility of the Kiev leadership indulging insolent nationalist radicals, including the Right Sector, who are staging a campaign of physical terror against supporters of federalization and real constitutional changes in the Ukrainian society," the Russia Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
"We categorically condemn it," the ministry said.