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“Apparently, the U.S. administration will continue turning a blind eye to the dominance of ultra-national forces in Kiev,” the Foreign Ministry statement said. “But U.S. decision-makers should think about the consequences of such reckless indulgence of radical elements of nationalistic shade in Ukraine and financial aid to them.”
The statement helpfully cited the U.S. law that Yanukovych said was being violated. The Foreign Ministry said amendments to the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, Section 22, Paragraph 8422, prohibited financial aid to any country where the president has been unlawfully overthrown.
And Ukraine is saying it needs nukes. And that they will not intervene in Crimea.