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Russia to return Ukraine captured naval ships on Monday: Russian news agencies

Reuters Sunday, 17 November 2019
Russia will return three captured naval ships to Ukraine on Monday and has already moved them to a handover location agreed with Kiev, Russian news agencies cited Crimea's border guard service as saying on Sunday.
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Russia began moving three captured Ukrainian ships on Sunday after a Russian newspaper reported Moscow may be about to return them.

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