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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Monday his country would never give up Crimea.
Russian forces have taken control of the Black Sea peninsula, which is part of Ukraine, but Yatseniuk told reporters: "No one will give up Crimea to anyone."
(Reporting by Sergei Karazy, Editing by Timothy Heritage)
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