Sevastopol

[ US /ˌsɛvəˈstɔpəɫ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a city in southern Ukraine on the Black Sea
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How To Use Sevastopol In A Sentence

  • Just after Ukrainian independence Russia actually claimed that Sevastopol and much of the area around Yalta rightfully belonged to Russia (in the same way that Kaliningrad is still Russian territory). Matthew Yglesias » Strategic Significance
  • In the ensuing discussion Russia indicated further that he intended to move the Fleet coastwise to Sevastopol.
  • And those forces undergird Russia's intent to halt NATO's eastward enlargement, particularly to Georgia and Ukraine; to retain its Black Sea Fleet headquarters in the Ukrainian port of Sevastopol beyond the 2017 expiration of its leasehold; to discourage NATO from planning and exercising the defense of the post Cold War NATO allies; to challenge American cooperation with those allies; and eventually to roll back what it characterizes as encroachment from the west. A Step At A Time
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