Kerry Condemns Anti-Semitic Behavior In Eastern Ukraine

Kerry Condemns Anti-Semitic Behavior In Eastern Ukraine
(Geneva) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is condemning anti-Semitic behavior in eastern Ukraine, calling it "grotesque."

Kerry cited leaflets that have been distributed in one area of eastern Ukraine, ordering Jews to identify themselves as being Jewish. He insisted that extremism, racism and religious intolerance will not be tolerated. In Geneva, Kerry and his Russian counterpart hammered out a general agreement aimed at reducing tensions in eastern Ukraine. Kerry said additional sanctions will be imposed on Russia if tensions continue to rise. The U.S. has accused Moscow of stirring up trouble in eastern Ukraine following Russia's annexation of Crimea .
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Secretary of State John Kerry condemned anti-Semitic behavior in eastern Ukraine.

Kerry says extremism, racism and religious intolerance will not be tolerated.