UN security council members condemn Russia’s referendums in Ukraine – video

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Un security council members condemn russia's referendums in ukraine –  video

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Members of the United Nations security council have denounced Russia over referendums held in eastern Ukraine. Moscow said residents had voted overwhelmingly voted to join Russia. Ambassadors from the US, the UK and Albania said they would never recognise any territory ‘Russia attempts to seize’

Russia-Ukraine war live: US condemns ‘sham referendums’; Poland and Bulgaria urge citizens to leave Russia

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