Russia says it has no plans to intervene in Ukraine, but will take measures if needed - RIA
The secretary of Russia's Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, said on Wednesday that Russia had no plans to intervene in the conflict in east Ukraine, but that it could take measures if that was necessary, the RIA news agency reported.
"We don't have such plans, no. However, we are closely watching the situation. Concrete measures will be taken depending on how it develops," he was quoted as saying.
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