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KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's parliament called for international monitors to help protect its nuclear power plants on Sunday as tension mounted with Russia.
Hryhoriy Nemyria, a member of parliament, said the assembly appealed to the signatories of a 1994 nuclear treaty that guaranteed Ukraine's safety -- including the United States, the United Kingdom and Russia.
(Reporting by Sabina Zawadzki, Editing by Timothy Heritage)
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