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October 5, 1997 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A five-story apartment house on Prospekt Ostryakova stands blocks away from the Black Sea waterfront, but it has become the beachhead for a gathering Russian offensive to reclaim this strategic naval port and the rest of Crimea. The 300-unit apartment house was built by Moscow Mayor Yuri M. Luzhkov to house Russian navy families in a gesture of solidarity with the servicemen who he heavily intimates have been sold out by the Kremlin in its deal with Ukraine to divide the Black Sea Fleet.
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October 5, 1997 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A five-story apartment house on Prospekt Ostryakova stands blocks away from the Black Sea waterfront, but it has become the beachhead for a gathering Russian offensive to reclaim this strategic naval port and the rest of Crimea. The 300-unit apartment house was built by Moscow Mayor Yuri M. Luzhkov to house Russian navy families in a gesture of solidarity with the servicemen who he heavily intimates have been sold out by the Kremlin in its deal with Ukraine to divide the Black Sea Fleet.
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