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Russia Offers Passports to East Ukraine, President-Elect Decries 'Aggressor State'

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Russia Offers Passports to East Ukraine, President-Elect Decries 'Aggressor State'

Russia Offers Passports to East Ukraine, President-Elect Decries 'Aggressor State'

According to Reuters, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday signed an order to simplify the procedure for obtaining a Russian passport for residents of east Ukraine, prompting calls for more international sanctions from Kiev .Russia’s move is an early test for the Ukrainian president-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who won a landslide victory in Sunday’s presidential election and has pledged to find a peaceful solution between the two nations.

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