TALLINN - Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves said on Tuesday that he is worried about the perspective of some Western states that pro-Russian separatists are active in Eastern Ukraine, rather than the Russian army, Postimees Online reports. He made these comments during a public debate at Tartu University with European Commission First Vice President Frans Timmermans, “I worry that in the case of Ukraine, no one admits publicly that the Russian army is there. They talk about Russian-supported separatists. We see, however, at the Ukrainian territory weapons that five years ago wer...
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