Kiev began two days of missile tests on Thursday, Russia deployed warships and air defense units to remain in water off Crimea until Ukraine ends the tests.
Ukraine lost two-thirds of its fleet, when Russia seized Crimea from Kiev in 2014, which began a conflict that has since killed nearly 10,000 people.
Ukrainian President Poroshenko says doubtful of breakthrough on implementation of Minsk accords while France's Hollande, Germany's Merkel also plan to pressure Putin on Syria.
About 30,000 Jews gather in Uman in central Ukraine ahead of Rosh Hashana as part of an annual pilgrimage to the grave of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, an 18th-century luminary.
Rabbi Mendel Deitsch was hurt in an incident not believed to have any anti-Semitic motives.
Russia says suspension is a countermeasure against Washington for imposing sanctions over Ukraine.
'Russian law enforcement bodies treat Ukrainians roughly, using unacceptable methods of physical and psychological pressure, torture and other acts,' Ukrainian government officials warned.
Findings counter Moscow's suggestion that the plane, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was brought down by Ukraine's military rather than Russian separatists.
Foreign Ministry will provide special services for pilgrims to grave of Rabbi Nahman of Breslav in Uman.
The conflict between Russian-backed separatist rebels and Ukrainian government troops has killed more than 9,600 people since the conflict erupted in April 2014, according to the UN.