Looking inside ourselves and out at the world
Independent and neutral with regard to all political and religious orientations,® aims to promote awareness of the major democratic principles on which tolerance is based.

Kerry pushes dialogue on ending crisis in Crimea

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said intense discussions will follow in the coming days to resolve the crisis in Crimea. Appearing a news conference in Paris on Wednesday (March 5), Kerry said he and his counterparts from Russia, France, Germany, Great Britain and Ukraine met in what he described as the best way bring de-escalation to Ukraine's mainly Russian-speaking province. "Today, I believe we initiated a process that over the next couple of days, we hope, can bring us to that de-escalation and to a path for the protection of the integrity of that country," Kerry said. In his new conference, Kerry reiterated the U.S. position in condemning the presence of Russian troops in Crimea, calling it a violation of Ukraine's sovereignty. Russia has denied having troops there, recognizing armed troops there as "self-defense" groups whose orders do not come from Moscow. Kerry said the west continues to weigh sanctions b

© DailyMotion -

Comment on this article!
To post a comment, we encourage you to become a member of® or log in if you are already a member. You can still post your commentwithout registering, but you will need to fill your personal information each time.

Become a member (free)   |   Log in

Postings are subject to the terms and conditions of®. Before submitting your message , you must read the Terms and conditions of® and agree to them by checking the box below.
Your name:
  I have read and agree to the Terms and conditions of®.
Follow us on ...
Facebook Twitter