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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka), APTOPIX
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A woman with her child walks in the harbor of Mariupol, in the Sea of Azov, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka), APTOPIX
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Mstyslav Chernov)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship with his dog in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman with his dog stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A woman with her child walks in the harbor of Mariupol, in the Sea of Azov, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A woman with her child walks along the pier at the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands in guard at the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian soldiers move to position in an APC during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. Ukraine???s president announced a partial call-up of reservists for training amid tensions with Russia, saying Monday that the country needs to beef up its defenses to counter the threat of a Russian invasion. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian soldiers stand at a position during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. Ukraine???s president announced a partial call-up of reservists for training amid tensions with Russia, saying Monday that the country needs to beef up its defenses to counter the threat of a Russian invasion. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Canadian Army Lieutenant General Jean-Marc Lanthier, left, addresses Ukrainian soldiers as Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, right, stands by during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. Ukraine???s president announced a partial call-up of reservists for training amid tensions with Russia, saying Monday that the country needs to beef up its defenses to counter the threat of a Russian invasion. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian serviceman stands on board a coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian soldiers move to position in an APC during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. Ukraine???s president announced a partial call-up of reservists for training amid tensions with Russia, saying Monday that the country needs to beef up its defenses to counter the threat of a Russian invasion. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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A tank moves to position during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. Ukraine???s president announced a partial call-up of reservists for training amid tensions with Russia, saying Monday that the country needs to beef up its defenses to counter the threat of a Russian invasion. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, second left, addresses Ukrainian soldiers as Canadian Army Lieutenant General Jean-Marc Lanthier stands at center, and commander of U.S. Army in Europe Christopher Cavoli stands right, during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. Ukraine???s president announced a partial call-up of reservists for training amid tensions with Russia, saying Monday that the country needs to beef up its defenses to counter the threat of a Russian invasion. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian soldiers stand at a position during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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A security officer covers the back of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian soldiers move to position in a APC during military drills in base Honcharivske, Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Lids emblazoned with a Ukrainian emblem cover the barrels on a gun mount aboard a Ukrainian coast guard ship in the Sea of Azov port of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Monday, Dec. 3, 2018. The Ukrainian military has been on increased readiness as part of martial law introduced in the country in the wake of the Nov. 25, 2018 incident in the Sea of Azov, in which the Russian coast guard fired upon and seized three Ukrainian navy vessels along with their crews. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian servicemen fire a gun as they take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018 - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske village, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske village, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske village, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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A Ukrainian serviceman takes part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske village, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaks to the servicemen taking part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (C) greets the servicemen taking part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (C,L) speaks to the servicemen taking part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen on armored personal carriers (APC) take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen on armored personal carriers (APC) take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainian servicemen take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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A helicopter of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko flies over a serviceman prior brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske village, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Ukrainian servicemen fire a gun as they take part in brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske willage, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018 - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A helicopter of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko flies over a serviceman prior brigade tactical exercises with combat shooting near Goncharivske village, Chernihiv region, not far from the border with Russia on December 3, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Ukrainians cross the border from Russia to Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka), APTOPIX
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A Ukrainian border guard checks documents of a woman crossing the border the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka), APTOPIX
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Ukrainian tanks unload in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian tanks unload in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian tanks unload in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Harbor cranes are seen in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Harbor cranes are seen in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Harbor cranes are seen in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Workers pass in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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A ship at the pier in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Lidia Radchenko, 73-year-old, who has three sons living in Ukraine, and a son and a daughter in Russia, as she waits to cross the border to Ukraine in Chertkovo, Russia, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On the map Chertkovo and Milove is one village, which is crossed by the main road called Friendship of People's Street, that is split in two by a barbed wire border between Ukraine and Russia. People on the streets easily mix both Russia and Ukrainian languages without making a political statement of it, but earlier this year, Russia built a barbed wire fence across the villages, marking the border with Ukraine in a metaphorical statement about the long-simmering conflict between the countries. (AP Photo/Nataliya Vasilyeva)
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Irina Vakulina, 58, who used to live on the other side but switched to Russian citizenship in the early 2000s because she and her husband found a nicer house there, sells smoked fish and foreign-made perfume in a kiosk in Chertkovo, Russia, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On the map Chertkovo and Milove is one village, which is crossed by the main road called Friendship of People's Street. People on the streets easily mix both Russia and Ukrainian languages without making a political statement of it, but earlier this year, Russia built a barbed wire fence on the Friendship of People's street, marking the border with Ukraine in a metaphorical statement about the long-simmering conflict between the countries. (AP Photo/Nataliya Vasilyeva)
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Workers repair the pier in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian tanks unload in Mariupol trade port in Mariupol, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. President Petro Poroshenko says Russia has deployed a large number of troops along its border with Ukraine. He warns that Russia intends to push further inland into Ukraine following last week's naval clash between their forces in the Black Sea. Russia has already annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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Ukrainian Valentina Boldyreva, left, tries to speak to her sister Raisa Yakovleva, center, who stands behind barbed wire on the Russian side of the Russia-Ukraine border as a Ukrainian border guard patrols an area in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Valentina Boldyreva stepped out of her two-storey house on an overcast and snowy December afternoon to say hello to her 76-year-old sister who lives on the other side of Friendship of People's Street, a three-meter barbed-wire fence separating Russia from Ukraine and separating these sisters from each other. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Raisa Yakovleva, waits to see her Ukrainian sister Valentina Boldyrevastands standing behind barbed wire on the Russian side of the Russia-Ukraine border as a Ukrainian border guard patrols an area in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Valentina Boldyreva stepped out of her two-storey house on an overcast and snowy December afternoon to say hello to her 76-year-old sister who lives on the other side of Friendship of People's Street, a three-meter barbed-wire fence separating Russia from Ukraine and separating these sisters from each other. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian border guards patrol an area along the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union. On the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement as many did after the question of language became one of the many thorny issues that has fueled the conflict between Ukraine and Russia since Moscow annexed Crimea in March 2014 and threw its weight behind separatists in the east by clandestine dispatches of troops and weapons. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian border guards patrol an area along the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union. On the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement as many did after the question of language became one of the many thorny issues that has fueled the conflict between Ukraine and Russia since Moscow annexed Crimea in March 2014 and threw its weight behind separatists in the east by clandestine dispatches of troops and weapons. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian border guards patrol an area along the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union. On the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement as many did after the question of language became one of the many thorny issues that has fueled the conflict between Ukraine and Russia since Moscow annexed Crimea in March 2014 and threw its weight behind separatists in the east by clandestine dispatches of troops and weapons. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Russian border guards seen behind barbed wire, patrol an area along the Russian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union, and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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People lineup to cross the border to Russia at the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union, and on the streets on both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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People walk to cross the border from Russia to the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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People walk crossing the border from Russia to Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A car drives next to a main highway blocked at the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union. On the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A sign reads "Attention, State Border of Ukraine, No Entry!" Is seen at the Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainians cross the border from Russia to Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian border guard stands ready at the border from Russia to Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian border guard checks documents of a woman crossing the border the Ukraine - Russia border in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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A Ukrainian woman with her child crosses the border from Ukrainian side of the Ukraine - Russia border to Russia in Milove town, eastern Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. On a map, Chertkovo and Milove are one village, crossed by Friendship of Peoples Street which got its name under the Soviet Union and on the streets in both places, people speak a mix of Russian and Ukrainian without turning choice of language into a political statement.(AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian servicemen are seen aboard a naval ship in the Azov Sea port in Mariupol, Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Ukraine's leader called on Germany and its allies to boost their naval presence in the Black Sea to deter Russia from further aggression in the region and said Russia was blockading Ukrainian ports on the nearby Sea of Azov. (Gleb Garanich/Pool Photo via AP)
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Ukrainian servicemen are seen at a naval ship in the Azov Sea port of Mariupol, Ukraine, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018. Ukraine's leader called on Germany and its allies to boost their naval presence in the Black Sea to deter Russia from further aggression in the region and said Russia was blockading Ukrainian ports on the nearby Sea of Azov. (Gleb Garanich/Pool Photo via AP)
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Ukrainian soldiers stand in front of huge Soviet-era arch in Kiev on December 2, 2018, symbolizing Ukraine and Russia's friendship and union, where an unknown artist added a crack following recent tensions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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People pass by a huge Soviet-era arch in Kiev on December 2, 2018, symbolizing Ukraine and Russia's friendship and union, where an unknown artist added a crack following recent tensions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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A man and his son pass by a huge Soviet-era arch in Kiev on December 2, 2018, symbolizing Ukraine and Russia's friendship and union, where an unknown artist added a crack following recent tensions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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People pass by a huge Soviet-era arch in Kiev on December 2, 2018, symbolizing Ukraine and Russia's friendship and union, where an unknown artist added a crack following recent tensions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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A picture taken on December 2, 2018 shows a huge Soviet-era arch in Kiev, symbolizing Ukraine and Russia's friendship and union, where an unknown artist added a crack following recent tensions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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A docker walks in the Azov Sea port of Berdyansk on December 2, 2018. - Not a single ship entered the Azov Sea port of Berdyansk this week, according to the port administration, as tensions mounted between Ukraine and Russia over Moscow's seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors last week. Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Dockers walk in the Azov Sea port of Berdyansk on December 2, 2018. - Not a single ship entered the Azov Sea port of Berdyansk this week, according to the port administration, as tensions mounted between Ukraine and Russia over Moscow's seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors last week. Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A container ship is moored in the Berdyansk Sea Port of Azov, eastern Ukraine, on December 2, 2018. - Not a single ship entered the Berdyansk Sea Port this week, according to the port administration, as tensions mounted between Ukraine and Russia over Moscow's seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors last week. Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A container ship is moored in the Berdyansk Sea Port of Azov, eastern Ukraine, on December 2, 2018. - Not a single ship entered the Berdyansk Sea Port this week, according to the port administration, as tensions mounted between Ukraine and Russia over Moscow's seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors last week. Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Ukrainian tanks are seen in the Mariupol Sea Port of Azov, eastern Ukraine, on December 2, 2018. - Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea in response to the Russian seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors off Moscow-annexed Crimea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Ukrainian tanks are seen in the Mariupol Sea Port of Azov, eastern Ukraine, on December 2, 2018. - Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea in response to the Russian seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors off Moscow-annexed Crimea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Ukrainian tanks are seen in the Mariupol Sea Port of Azov, eastern Ukraine, on December 2, 2018. - Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea in response to the Russian seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors off Moscow-annexed Crimea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Ukrainian tanks are seen in the Mariupol Sea Port of Azov, eastern Ukraine, on December 2, 2018. - Kiev imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea in response to the Russian seizure of three Ukrainian ships and 24 sailors off Moscow-annexed Crimea. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Two Ukrainian gunboats, similar to those seized by Russia a week ago, are seen in the Azov Sea port of Mariupol, on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GLEB GARANICH / POOL / AFP)
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Two Ukrainian gunboats, similar to those seized by Russia a week ago, are seen in the Azov Sea port of Mariupol, on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GLEB GARANICH / POOL / AFP)
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A Ukrainian serviceman is seen speaking as he stands in the control room of a vessel similar to the two Ukrainian gunboats seized by Russia a week ago, as it is docked in the Azov Sea port of Mariupol on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GLEB GARANICH / POOL / AFP)
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A Ukranian serviceman stands on the deck of the command ship Donbass docked in the Azov Sea port of Mariupol on December 2, 2018 - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GLEB GARANICH / POOL / AFP)
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Ukranian servicemen are seen inside a vessel docked in the Azov Sea port of Mariupol on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GLEB GARANICH / POOL / AFP)
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The Ukrainian command ship Donbass is seen moored as workers build new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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The Ukrainian command ship Donbass is seen moored as workers build new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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The Ukrainian command ship Donbass is seen moored as workers build new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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The Ukrainian command ship Donbass is seen moored as workers build new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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Ukrainian navy sea tug Korets (front) and command ship Donbass (rear) are seen moored at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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A moored Ukrainian navy gunboat is moored as workers build a new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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A moored Ukrainian navy gunboat is moored at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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Workers build a new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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Workers build a new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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A moored Ukrainian navy gunboat is moored as workers build a new terminal at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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Lifting cranes stand idle at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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A cargo ship is moored close to the new terminal which is under construction at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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The cargo ship the 'Vyacheslav ilvin' is moored close to the new terminal which is under construction at the Port of Mariupol on the Azov Sea, eastern Ukraine on December 2, 2018. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia spiked on November 25, 2018 when Russian forces opened fire on and seized three Ukranian navy vessels off the coast of Russia-annexed Crimea, detaining the 24 crew members. It was the first open military confrontation between the rivals since 2014 when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea peninsula and pro-Russian separatists in the east entered into conflict with Ukrainian forces, a war that has since killed around 10,000 people. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / POOL / AFP)
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In this photo taken on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, A Russian border guard stands behind barbed wire on the Russian side of the Russia-Ukraine border as people buy and sell at Saturday's market in Milove, eastern Ukraine, one village, which is crossed by the main road called Friendship of People's Street and barbed wire. People on the streets easily mix both Russia and Ukrainian languages without making a political statement of it, but earlier this year, Russia built a barbed wire fence on the Friendship of People's street, marking the border with Ukraine in a metaphorical statement about the long-simmering conflict between the countries. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka), APTOPIX
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In this photo taken on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, a woman sells smoked fish at Saturday's market in Milove town at the border between Ukraine and Russia, Luhansk region, eastern Ukraine . On the map, Chertkovo and Melove is one village, crossed by railroad tracks and a main road called the Friendship of Peoples Street. That slogan still rings true for many locals, but is being sorely tested by the animosity between their two nations, Russia and Ukraine. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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In this photo taken on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, A Russian border guard stands behind barbed wire on the Russian side of the Russia-Ukraine border as people buy and sell at Saturday's market in Milove, eastern Ukraine, one village, which is crossed by the main road called Friendship of People's Street and barbed wire. People on the streets easily mix both Russia and Ukrainian languages without making a political statement of it, but earlier this year, Russia built a barbed wire fence on the Friendship of People's street, marking the border with Ukraine in a metaphorical statement about the long-simmering conflict between the countries. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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In this photo taken on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, Ukrainian policemen guard the side of the Ukraine-Russia border at a railway station in Milove, eastern Ukraine, one village, which is crossed by the national border. People on the streets easily mix both Russia and Ukrainian languages without making a political statement of it, but earlier this year, Russia built a barbed wire fence on the Friendship of People's street, marking the border with Ukraine in a metaphorical statement about the long-simmering conflict between the countries. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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In this photo taken on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, people buy and sell at Saturday's market in Milove, eastern Ukraine, one village, that is split in two by a barbed wire border between Ukraine and Russia. People on the streets easily mix both Russia and Ukrainian languages without making a political statement of it, but earlier this year, Russia built a barbed wire fence on the Friendship of People's street, marking the border with Ukraine in a metaphorical statement about the long-simmering conflict between the countries.(AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard talk with people wearing bear costumes as they patrol in the center of Kiev on November 30, 2018, after martial law was imposed in border regions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard talk with people wearing bear costumes as they patrol in the center of Kiev on November 30, 2018, after martial law was imposed in border regions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard patrol in the center of Kiev on November 30, 2018, after martial law was imposed in border regions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard patrol in the center of Kiev on November 30, 2018, after martial law was imposed in border regions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard check the identities of passersby as they patrol in the center of Kiev on November 30, 2018, after martial law was imposed in border regions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard patrol as a person wearing a bear costume walk in the center of Kiev on November 30, 2018, after martial law was imposed in border regions. - Tensions between Ukraine and Russia rose on November 25, when Russian forces seized three Ukranian navy vessels and their crew. Ukraine imposed martial law for 30 days in 10 regions that border Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea on November 28. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Ukrainain seviceman attends a military drills near Urzuf village not far from the city of Mariupol, eastern Ukraine on November 29, 2018. - Ukraine's president imposed martial law in border regions on November 28, 2018 for 30 days in 10 regions bordering Russia, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea, after Russian forces seized three of Kiev's ships off the coast of Crimea on November 25, sparking the most dangerous crisis between the ex-Soviet neighbours in years. (Photo by Sega VOLSKII / AFP)
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Ukrainian fighter jets fly during military exercise near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian fighter jets fly during military exercise near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian military helicopters fly during military exercise near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian soldiers drive APCs near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian soldiers drive APCs near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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An Ukrainian soldier observes Azov sea during helicopter patrol near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)
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Ukrainian soldiers take a position near Urzuf, south coast of Azov sea, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Ukraine put its military forces on high combat alert and announced martial law this week after Russian border guards fired on and seized three Ukrainian ships in the Black Sea. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)

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