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The European Union has expressed grave concern about Russian military forces moving along Ukraine’s border.

Following a phone call with Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, the bloc’s foreign affairs leader, Josep Borrell, expressed “unwavering support” for Kylv.

“The Russian military activity involving Ukraine is causing us grave concern,” Borrell tweeted on Sunday.

“The European Union stands firm in its support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. He went on to say.

At an upcoming meeting in April, Borrell said he would meet with Kuleba and the EU’s 27 foreign ministers. Other western leaders, including US Vice President-elect Joe Biden, have expressed their support for Ukraine.

Kyiv has accused Russia of massing troops on its northern and eastern borders, as well as in Crimea, which Moscow annexed in 2014.
The Kremlin did not dispute the recent military manoeuvres, but stressed that it was “not intimidating” anybody.

Source: euronews
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