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KIEV, February 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian Council of National Security and Defense has charted a plan to settle a crisis in the Ukrainian autonomous republic of Crimea, council’s Secretary Andriy Parubiy told reporters on Friday.
“We have charted an action plan to avert a separatist scenario,” he stated.
The Security Council’s secretary did not name any concrete details because “this complicates its fulfillment.” The country’s Security Council has also developed a plan of attracting international partners in settling a current dramatic situation in the autonomy.
Meanwhile, Crimea’s Supreme Council, the local legislature, has set the date of an extraordinary session, at which a council of ministers of the autonomy would be approved.