"In fact, there is strong evidence that they - have been encouraging the kinds of activities that have taken place -, he said."
Kuala Lumpur, April 27 - President Barack Obama said Sunday the US and European countries should act collectively to impose sanctions on Russia for its actions in Ukraine.

We're going to be in a stronger position to deter Putin when he sees that the world is unified, and the United States and Europe are unified, rather than this is just a US-Russian conflict, Xinhua quoted Obama in a joint press conference after meeting Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak here Sunday.

Obama said although an international agreement was signed to de-escalate the crisis, Russia did not lift a finger to help.

In fact, there is strong evidence that they - have been encouraging the kinds of activities that have taken place -, he said.

Obama is on a three-day official visit to Malaysia since Saturday.


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