Ukrainian Leader Gives Crimean Leaders Three Hours to Release Navy Chief

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Meanwhile Ukrainian soldiers detained a subversive group in the Luhansk region.

Ukraine’s acting president on Wednesday gave Crimea’s separatist leaders three hours to release the Navy Chief held in Crimea.
AFP reported, via Free Republic:

Ukraine’s acting president on Wednesday said Crimea’s separatist leaders had three hours to release the detained head of the ex-Soviet state’s navy or face “an adequate response”.

Acting president Oleksandr Turchynov said in a statement that “unless Admiral (Sergiy) Gayduk and all the other hostages — both military and civilian ones — are released, the authorities will carry out an adequate response… of a technical and technological nature.”



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