Kerry warns Russia of more sanctions if no progress on Ukraine

US Secretary of State John Kerry, left, and EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, right, pose for the media before a meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, Thursday, April 17, 2014, between representatives from Ukraine, EU, Russia and the United States on the Ukrainian crisis. (AP Photo/Alain Grosclaude, Pool)

GENEVA: US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia Thursday that if there was no progress in de-escalating the crisis in Ukraine, there would be more sanctions imposed on Moscow.

"If we don't see progress... there will be additional sanctions, additional costs," he told reporters after reaching an agreement in Geneva with his Russian, Ukrainian and EU counterparts.





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