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MOSCOW, February 18. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s Foreign Ministry has urged the Ukrainian opposition to give up its policy of ultimatums and threats and establish dialogue with the official authorities in order to find a way out of the profound political crisis.
“What is going on in Ukraine is a result of the policy of appeasement of those Western politicians and European structures that, from the very beginning of the crisis, have been turning a blind eye on aggressive actions of radical forces in Ukraine, this way prompting them to escalate this crisis and stage provocations against the legitimate authorities,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.