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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Russia’s deployment of more troops into Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula noted.
(Simferopol, Ukraine: Elizabeth Palmer) The crisis in Ukraine reviewed; scenes shown of Ukrainian troops flying helicopters and planes, Russian ships at Sevastopol, fighting between the Russians and Ukrainians led by Colonel Yuri Mamchur; details given about the statement from the Ukrainians calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a liar after he claimed that the armed men surrounding Ukrainian bases were not soldiers. An attempt to sabotage the mission of U.N. envoy Robert Serry discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Paris: Margaret Brennan) Secretary of State John Kerry’s talks in Paris with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov about Ukraine reviewed; details given about the US proposals. [KERRY – says we agreed to continue discussions with Russia and the Ukrainians to see how we can help normalize the situation.]
- Pelley, Scott;
- Palmer, Elizabeth;
- Brennan, Margaret
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