Published: Thu, December 06, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Ukraine says cargo traffic resumed in Sea of Azov

Ukraine says cargo traffic resumed in Sea of Azov

"This presence will be enhanced and we have to see which country will be the pioneer".

The global Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) has, he said, helped to manage the relationship and avoid such "incidents".

Ukraine says that its ships were operating in line with a 2003 treaty with Russian Federation envisaging free navigation for vessels of both countries in the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait.

Ukrainian foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin was set to with his North Atlantic Treaty Organisation counterparts on Tuesday seeking global backing with its current standoff with Russian Federation.

Mr Omelyan, Ukraine's infrastructure minister, said on Tuesday that ships were "navigating through the Kerch Strait to and from Ukrainian ports". Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko looks likely to be disappointed in his call for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to deploy naval vessels to the Sea of Azov, an offshoot of the Black Sea.

The clash last week off the coast of Crimea, annexed by Moscow in 2014, left 24 Ukrainian sailors and three navy ships in Russian hands and sent tensions soaring.

As part of martial law, Ukraine has beefed up its forces on the border with Russia, called up reservists for training and barred entry to all Russian males aged between 16 and 60.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

U.S. President Donald Trump canceled his meeting with Putin, initially scheduled for Saturday during Group of 20 (G20) summit in Argentina, due to the Kerch Strait incident. The vessels and their crews were captured.

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KIEV (Reuters) - Russia has been ramping up its forces near the border with Ukraine since August and now poses the greatest military threat since 2014, the year Moscow annexed Crimea, the commander of Ukraine's armed forces told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.

Russian troops and tanks have been deployed along the border with Ukraine, according to Poroshenko, which he believes signals possible plans for a ground offensive.

The separatist conflict in eastern regions forming Ukraine's industrial heartland has taken a toll on the national economy, reducing the cargo flow through the Ukrainian ports of Mariupol and Berdyansk on the Sea of Azov.

"Today and tomorrow NATO's foreign ministers will meet and address wide range of issues of importance for our shared security".

The new missiles, he told reporters, were "mobile and hard to detect". On Sunday, the Ukrainian leader warned that Moscow had ambitions to capture the port city of Mariupol to create a corridor to the disputed Crimean peninsula.

Stoltenberg said the alliance was a "strong advocate for arms control" because it made the world safer.

It must be "balanced, viable and respected by all sides". "Yes, we have information that they fulfilled this task", - he said.

At the same time, Stoltenberg stressed that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is enhancing its presence in the Black Sea due to Russia's aggression.

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