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Ukraine was set to unveil a new prime minister and cabinet on Tuesday as top Western envoys rushed to Kiev to try to find a lasting solution to the crisis rocking the economically-teetering country.Ukraine has appealed to the West for $35 billion in aid to avoid default as the nation tilts away from Russia, following the weekend ousting of pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovych after days of carnage in Kiev left almost 100 dead. Adding to the diplomatic effort, Washington is sending Deputy Secretary of State William Burns to Kiev Tuesday, and British Foreign Secretary William Hague is due to visit Ukraine soon.Turchynov has vowed to draw up a "government of the people" and warned Russia that he expects the Kremlin to respect Ukraine's pivot to the West.Russia's foreign ministry on Monday strongly criticised the new Western-leaning leadership in Ukraine, saying it was restricting "the humanitarian rights of Russians".Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev also issued a firm response by condemning the "armed mutiny" in Ukraine.
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