Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka has expressed serious concern with regard to the deepening crisis in Ukraine. In a written statement published by the Office of the Government Mr. Sobotka said that if Kiev’s claim of a Russian invasion into Eastern Ukraine were proved true it would be another flagrant violation of international law by Moscow. Prime Minister Sobotka said he welcomed the fact that a special meeting of the European Council, scheduled for Saturday, would enable EU leaders to coordinate their stands and agree on an adequate response.
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