Secretary of State John Kerry spoke about Ukraine today after meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Paris, France.

Sec. Kerry said that all parties agreed that it’s important to resolve these issues through dialogue. He also said Ukraine’s sovereignty cannot be violated and added, “We … will not allow those violations to go unanswered.”

Shepard Smith reported from Kiev that Russia has invaded the south of Ukraine and has taken over military installations and some government institutions there.

“You don’t see it on the streets, but it is a fact,” Smith said.

Judge Napolitano weighed in on whether Russia violated the terms of the 1994 agreement with the United States and Great Britain. The countries agreed to uphold Ukraine’s territorial sovereignty if it gave up its nuclear weapons.  

Hear his analysis above and watch Sec. Kerry’s speech below.


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