The European Union has warned Russia against any "unilateral military actions in Ukraine." The bloc's foreign ministers said they would consider it a "blatant violation of international law."
EU foreign ministers said in a statement after talks in Brussels that the 28-nation EU was "increasingly concerned at the worsening crisis in eastern Ukraine and its humanitarian impact on the civilian population."
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