Maybe this will do the trick. After Ukraine's interim president announced a failed ultimatum to recover the head of his navy from troops in Crimea, Russia has stepped in. The defense minister appealed to Crimean leadership to "release the commander-in-chief of Ukraine's naval forces... and not to prevent his departure for Ukraine." Admiral Haiduk was taken hostage when Crimean forces allied with Russia seized Ukraine's navy headquarters in the port of Sevastopol on Wednesday. Ukraine initially threatened to "take appropriate measures” unless he was released earlier today.