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Russia says it seeks ‘full control’ of southern Ukraine, access to Moldova’s Transnistria region

The Russian military has said it wants "another way" to access Moldova's breakaway Transnistria region. Ukraine has warned Russia seeks to establish new "republics" in occupied areas.

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