LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague warned Russia on Monday that the European Union was ready to impose more sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine if necessary.
Speaking ahead of a meeting in Luxembourg of EU foreign ministers, Hague said the bloc's 28 member states would likely want to see how Moscow responded to Ukraine's peace plan and a unilateral ceasefire, before making any decisions.
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