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US, EU Action Expected After Crimea Referendumi
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Michael Bowman
March 16, 2014 8:01 PM
Voters in Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula have cast ballots in a referendum widely expected to endorse joining Russia. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, the United States and the European Union strongly objected to the vote, and could announce punitive steps against Russia and additional support for Ukraine.

US, EU Action Expected After Crimea Referendum

Michael Bowman

Published March 16, 2014

Voters in Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula have cast ballots in a referendum widely expected to endorse joining Russia. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, the United States and the European Union strongly objected to the vote, and could announce punitive steps against Russia and additional support for Ukraine.


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