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 Trump mentioned Crimea's occupation and war in Donbas, - Poroshenko on recent talk with US president-elect

President Petro Poroshenko says U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump inquired about the situation in the Donbas and Crimea.

Poroshenko said during a news conference in Brussels, Censor.NET reports citing Espreso.TV.

"I can assure you that U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump himself asked about Russia's aggression and illegal annexation of Crimea. I don't want to unveil the details of this conversation," Poroshenko stated.

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He added the talk allowed him to give Trump a detailed description of the situation in the east of Ukraine and Crimea.

"Ukraine has a strong support inside the United States, in the U.S. Congress, among Republicans and Democrats, and we don't expect any extraordinary changes here," Poroshenko said.

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