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El presidente ruso Vladimir Putin hace declaraciones en la residencia de Novo-Ogaryovo en las afueras de Moscú, Rusia, el lunes 14 de abril de 2014. Putin consideró el jueves 17 "tonterías" las aseveraciones de que su país está involucrado en la revuelta pro rusa  que se registra en el este de Ucrania. (AP Foto/RIA-Novosti, Servicio de Prensa Presidencial, Alexei Nikolsky)
El presidente ruso Vladimir Putin hace declaraciones en la residencia de Novo-Ogaryovo en las afueras de Moscú, Rusia, el lunes 14 de abril de 2014. Putin consideró el jueves 17 "tonterías" las aseveraciones de que su país está involucrado en la revuelta pro rusa que se registra en el este de Ucrania. (AP Foto/RIA-Novosti, Servicio de Prensa Presidencial, Alexei Nikolsky)
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(AP) President Vladimir Putin says he hopes he won't have to send Russian troops into Ukraine.


Putin said in a televised call-in session Thursday that he hopes that the Ukrainian crisis could be solved by political and diplomatic means.


He denied the claims by Ukraine and the West that Russian special forces were fomenting unrest in eastern Ukraine.


At the same time, he recognized for the first time that troops in unmarked uniforms who swept Ukraine's region of Crimea before its last month's annexation by Moscow were Russian soldiers.


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