Biden Shows Support for Ukraine on Trip to Kiev

The vice president says Russia needs to “stop talking and start acting” to reduce tensions.
1:12 | 04/22/14

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crisis in Ukraine. Vice president Biden in kiev, with new warnings for Russia. ABC's Jon Karl with more on that. And the vice president is wrapping up his press conference. He says it's time for Russia to stop talking and start acting. Reporter: Strong words from vice president Biden. But even more important is where he said them. Biden is the senior-most official to visit Ukraine since this crisis began. His presence is to send a message to Russia, that the United States is serious about standing with Ukraine during this crisis. And he also said a message to the Ukrainian people. You will not walk this road alone. We will walk it with you. That's a strong statement given that Russian separatists are occupying government buildings throughout Ukraine. And there's widespread fears that the Russian military is poised to go into the country. The vice prent delivering an aid package? Reporter: Ooh some support, nonlethal support to the Ukrainian military. Now, to the new details breaking on the ferry disaster in South Korea.

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