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"We came here to win"-Pro-Russian militant in Ukraine

Inauguration day for Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko. He comes to power boosted by Western support -- but facing an immediate crisis of a separatists uprising in the east. Poroshenko is promising peace -- but some separatists in Kramatorsk are not ready to give up the fight. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) PRO-RUSSIAN MILITANT, ALEXANDER MOZHAEV, SAYING: "All of his suggestions about laying down weapons, and the chance to go back home peacefully is not for us. We didn't come here so that we could go home; we came here to win - to return to the orthodox people what belongs to them - not just to orthodox people, to all Slavs." Poroshenko promised to visit the east with guarantees of Russian-language rights and proposals for decentralization -- an offer that comes too late for some. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) KRAMATORSK RESIDENT, LILIA, SAYING: "We don't have the same path as Poroshenko. This can't be east and west together, especially after Kiev supported

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