British minister visits Ukraine to build support against Russian aggression

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Britain's Foreign Minister is headed to Ukraine attempting to build a coalition against what he's called Russian aggression, referring to the Russian military incursion into in another former Soviet state, Georgia. Ukraine's president Viktor Yushchenko -- who, like Georgian leaders, wants to join NATO -- has described his country as a hostage in a war waged by Russia.
Guest: Gabriel Gatehouse, BBC

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