EU foreign ministers talk amid uproar over Ukraine, Navalny

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    European Union foreign ministers on Monday were assessing the bloc’s strategy toward #Russia in the wake of the military buildup on Ukraine’s borders and amid the weakening health of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei #Navalny. On top of that, the diplomatic standoff between #EU member state the #CzechRepublic and Russia over tit-for-tat diplomatic expulsions following Prague’s accusation that Moscow was involved in a 2014 ammunition depot explosion, is adding further tension between both sides. FRANCE 24’s Dave Keating tells us more.

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