Russia warns US against 'hasty' actions on Ukraine

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (L) and US Secretary of State John Kerry meet to discuss the Ukraine crisis on the sidelines of an International conference on Libya in Rome on March 6, 2014Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday warned US Secretary of State John Kerry against Washington taking “hasty” action or imposing sanctions over Ukraine, in what has escalated into the biggest East-West crisis since the Cold War. In a telephone call, the two men followed up on their talks in Paris and Rome that had failed to lead to an agreement on how to resolve the situation in Ukraine, where Russian troops have taken effective control of Crimea. The two diplomatic chiefs “agreed to continue looking at the problems of the sharp political crisis that has seized this country,” the Russian foreign ministry said in a statement on its website. The US State Department confirmed that Kerry had spoken with Lavrov Friday from his plane.

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