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GUIYANG, July 10. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia will continue assistance to all refugees from Ukraine irrespective of their nationality, Russia’s top official said.
The anti-constitutional state coup was backed by Western politicians, Russia's presidential chief of staff Sergei Ivanov said on Thursday.
“We see the point. Russia, which does not take part in the conflict, feels the negative consequences - non-payment for gas or thousands of refugees that we have to and must accept on our territory,” he said.
“We’ll do this further - we’ll give shelter to our compatriots irrespective of their nationality - Russians or Ukrainians,” Ivanov said.