MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday that Moscow had successfully handed three naval ships it captured last year back to Ukraine.
Ukraine has been pushing for their return as a good will gesture from Moscow ahead of a four-way peace summit on eastern Ukraine next month in Paris.
Reporting by Maria Kiselyova and Alexander Marrow; Editing by Andrew Osborn
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