Ukraine abducted two soldiers from Crimea, says Russia

Ukraine abducted two soldiers from Crimea, says Russia
 

Russia's defence ministry has demanded the immediate release of two servicemen, who it says were abducted by Ukraine's intelligence services.
The ministry said the pair were "illegally detained" on Sunday.
Ukraine says the men are deserters who defected to Russia from the Ukrainian military after Crimea was annexed in 2014.
Russia said their arrest was "another act of gross provocation" and called for their "immediate return".
The men have been named as Ensign Maxim Evgenyevich Oditsov and Junior Sergeant Alexander Vyacheslavovich Baranov.
Russia said they were... read more

 
21 November 2016 in World News, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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