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Ukrainians and Russians in New York want peaceful resolution

Ukrainians and Russians living in New York are keeping a watchful eye on the news from Ukraine, as tensions escalate between the two countries. Ukrainian-Catholics in New York's East Village are praying for the safety of those living in their native country. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DEACON METHODIUS OF ST GEORGE UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH SAYING: "I would say that the animosity is not against the Russian people because the Russian and Ukrainian people. . .and we are like, have been always, close neighbors. So, there's not [sic] against the people. I would say it's most against the, maybe, government." Political tensions remain high, after ousted Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovich fled to Russia. And with Russian forces in Crimea. This Russian-American feels Ukraine should be able to decide its future: (SOUNDBITE) (English) BORIS GILZOV, RUSSIAN-AMERICAN, SAYING: "Well, I don't know all the facts right now, but I know the Crimea has traditionally be

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