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Russia is not going to release Ukrainian sailors
Russia has not agree on the German chancellor and the French president's demand for Ukrainian sailors in the release.Russian president Vladimir Putin to keep ukraine from ships in the gulf of kerch as a clear provocation and watch the border guards had acted correctly. EPA/AOP

Russia will not agree to the release of the last month in the black sea, detained Ukrainian sailors. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the news agency Ria Novosti that Moscow is aware of the German chancellor Angela Merkel and the French president sector Emmanuel macron requirement to release all the 24 sailors.

–Requirement does not, however, can be a reason to leave the Russian laws to comply with, Peskov said.

on Friday Merkel and Russian president Vladimir Putin spoke on the phone with Syria and the situation in Ukraine. Merkel insisted call once again detained Ukrainian sailors ' release.

Also other EU countries have insisted on the seamen's release and criticized russia's actions.

putin's view, 25. November gulf of kerch are the Ukrainian ships were clearly in the region of provoking to Russia. Putin stressed that the provocation was carried out, as the Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenkolla is currently too low approval ratings in an election. The ship mission was putin's view, intended to raise the president's points in the eyes of citizens.

Russia considers that it has acted in the conflict completely to the laws and rules.

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