Kremlin: No one will talk to Putin in ultimatums

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be spoken to in the language of ultimatums at talks on the Ukraine crisis, a Russian radio station quoted the Kremlin as saying on Monday.
Dmitrijus Peskovas
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