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OSCE mission heads to Ukraine

European security monitors will be coming to Ukraine but, says Russia, they won't be coming here - to Crimea. On the streets of Sevastopol Ukrainian local police have joined forces with the Russian Black Sea Fleet. A day after Russian President Vladimir Putin put his signature to the annexation of Crimea things are moving quickly. Russia backed the 56 other member states of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe on Friday in its bid to send a mission to Ukraine. The first monitors of the organisation which aims to avert conflict were due to arrive over the weekend. But Russia's ambassador to the OSCE issued a note of caution. (SOUNDBITE)(English) RUSSIA'S AMBASSADOR TO OSCE, ANDREY KELIN, SAYING: "We proceed from the assumption that the mandate of the mission is absolutely clear and ti proceeds from the geo-political realities that have been, that are existing, since today that Crimea has become a part of the Russian Federatio

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