As a source in the Russian foreign policy circles said, it's one of the possible options of a tough response. Moscow considers it. He noted, that the head of state is to take the decision given obtained data.
Vladimir Dzhabarov, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council Committee on international affairs, also claimed that 'Moscow should reconsider its relations with Kiev taking into account the latest events.'
On 10 of August the Russian Federal Security Service reported on prevented terror acts in the Crimea and several attempts of the Ukrainian sabotage-reconnaissance groups to penetrate the border. Combat clashes killed two Russian military men. The Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed that the response would follow.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban remains true to himself. He puts the interests of Hungary and its citizens above everything else. The rest of Europe will wait