EU to increase pressure on Putin

British Prime Minister David Cameron and European Council President Herman Van Rompuy have agreed to increase pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin to seek a de-escalation of the situation in Ukraine, Ukraine’s Channel 24 has reported, citing the website of the British government.
“The Prime Minister also spoke to President Van Rompuy yesterday afternoon about the summit, including the appointment of the new Council President and High Representative and the situation in Ukraine, on which they agreed that the EU should continue to put pressure on President Putin to deescalate the situation,” reads the statement.
At the same time, Czech diplomat David Stulik believes that Russia is repeating the Crimean scenario of aggression on the mainland Ukraine.

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