No bans exist on Russia’s deployment of certain weapons in Crimea — envoy to NATO

There are no international bans that may prohibit Russia from deploying certain types of weapons in Crimea, Russia’s envoy to NATO, Aleksandr Grushko, has said.

There are no international bans that may prohibit Russia from deploying certain types of weapons in Crimea, Russia’s envoy to NATO, Aleksandr Grushko, has said.

"Everything that we have been doing is fully in line with the international obligations," the diplomat said. "We are not violating anything. There are no bans that might prevent us from deploying certain types of weapons there (in Crimea), he said.

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