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“Putin, Cameron and Merkel continued the discussion of an extremely complicated sociopolitical situation in Ukraine, as well as Crimea’s referendum, set for March 16. Despite differences, the parties expressed common interest in the earliest possible de-escalation of tensions and normalization of the situation,” the Kremlin press service said.

“Putin made a point that the steps being taken by the legitimate Crimean authorities are based on international law and aim to protect the legitimate interests of the population of the Crimea,” the press service said.

“The Russian president also said that the current Ukrainian authorities are doing nothing to curb the ultra-nationalist and radical forces’ outrages committed in Kyiv and many other regions,” the Kremlin press service said.

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