Cameron tells Putin: Ukraine situation 'not acceptable'

Prime Minister David Cameron said he gave Russian president Vladimir Putin a "very clear and firm set of messages" during face-to-face talks in Paris about the Ukraine crisis and said the current situation is "not acceptable".

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Cameron: Russia must end 'interference' in Ukraine

British Prime Minister, David Cameron is joined by Russian President Vladimir Putin, along with other G8 leaders in 2013. Credit: Ben Stanstall/PA Archive

David Cameron will deliver a direct warning to Vladimir Putin today to end Russia's "unacceptable interference" in Ukraine or face growing international isolation.

The Prime Minister will hold face-to-face talks with the Russian leader in Paris ahead of tomorrow's 70th D-Day anniversary commemorations amid deepening anger over Moscow's treatment of its neighbour.

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