Ukraine crisis: Lavrov says no agreement with US after Kerry talks

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrives for a family photo together with ambassadors and delegates at the end of the meeting on Libya at the Italian Foreign Ministry headquarters in Rome on March 6, 2014. Mr Lavrov on Thursday, March 6, 2
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov arrives for a family photo together with ambassadors and delegates at the end of the meeting on Libya at the Italian Foreign Ministry headquarters in Rome on March 6, 2014. Mr Lavrov on Thursday, March 6, 2014, said there was so far no agreement between Moscow and Washington on the situation in Ukraine, after talks in Rome with US Secretary of State John Kerry. -- PHOTO: AFP

MOSCOW (AFP) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday said there was so far no agreement between Moscow and Washington on the situation in Ukraine, after talks in Rome with US Secretary of State John Kerry.

"For the moment we cannot report to the international community that we are in agreement," Lavrov was quoted by Russian news agencies as saying, adding he would inform President Vladimir Putin about the talks on his return.

 

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