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Poroshenko said that Pompeo offered him military aid / GORDON

In an interview with CNN, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo assured him of full support for Russia's aggression in the Kerch Strait.

Following the Russian Federation's aggression against Ukraine's naval forces in the Black Sea, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo promised Ukraine to fully support, including the military. About it Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said in an interview with CNN. By recording an interview from the interview discovered for her tweet channel journalist Christian Amanpour.

"During this conversation, we received a promise of full support, including military assistance, for coordinating actions to protect sovereignty and territorial integrity," said Poroshenko.

On November 27, Darry Rosati, Co-Chairman of the EU-Ukraine Association Committee, said in the European Parliament that after Russia has captured Ukraine's warships in the Black Sea, sanctions against it should be strengthened, and it is worthwhile closing the project on the Russian gas transit corridor.

On November 25, the Russian Federation issued Berdyansk and Nikopol for the Navy, as well as the Yana Kapu, which took place in the Kerch Strait on the Azov Sea.

On November 26, Ukrainian Navy commander Igor Voronchenko announced that three sailors were injured: one is an officer, two are contract staff.

The head of the Ukrainian Security Service, Vasyl Hrytsak, informed that SSU operational intelligence services are on board of the captured ships, which carried out intelligence intelligence support missions for the Ukrainian Navy. According to him, one of the SBU officers was seriously hurt.

On November 27, Crimean lawyer Lily Gemedzhi announced that Crimean Tatars' lawyers "defend" Ukrainian sailors "in court".

Ludmila Lubina, Human Rights Commissioner in the Crimea, said that preventive measures were taken on seafarers and high school students on November 27, and they would be elected as commanders and SBU staff on November 28.

Initially, a different number of Ukrainian prisoners was called: from 22 to 24 people. On November 26, the media published 22 titles. Today, the Ukrainian General Prosecutor's Office reported that the occupying power of the Russian Federation has detained 24 Ukrainian soldiers. Naumlyuk later published his names.

On November 27, the Crimean "court" arrested 15 Ukrainian sailors.

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