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Kremlin says annexation votes will have security ‘consequences’ in Ukraine

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The Kremlin warned Tuesday that votes held in Russian-controlled regions of Ukraine to join Russia would have security implications, with officials in Moscow recently threatening the use of nuclear weapons.

“The legal situation will radically change from the point of view of international law and that will also have consequences for security in these territories,” the Kremlin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

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