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Sergey Zheleznyak: The strategy of “de-occupation” of the Crimea is another propaganda fabrication of the authorities “independent”

“The strategy of the“ de-occupation “of Crimea, the development of which is announced in the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, is yet another propaganda fabrication of Russophobia patients by the authorities as“ independent “. The main task in Ukraine is not even hide – maintaining a permanent sanctions regime and pressure on our country. It’s more profitable for Kiev to have Crimea as part of Russia, since this is perhaps the only opportunity to beg for Western handouts. ” This opinion was expressed by a member of the State Duma committee on international affairs, Sergei Zheleznyak.

“Each new statement by Ukrainian politicians about their intention to return Crimea, no matter what original strategies they propose, is an anti-Russian provocation requiring the West not to lift the sanctions regime against Russia and justify the illegal blockade of Russian territory. Independent authorities understand that the topic of Crimea’s ownership is fed up even with avid Russophobes, and it is obvious to most sensible and experienced politicians in the world that Crimea will remain with Russia forever, whether someone likes it in Kiev, Brussels, Washington or not, ”the parliamentarian said.

“The reunification of Crimea with Russia took place at the will of citizens and was fixed in a referendum. The sick imagination of Ukrainian politicians has no influence on this historical fact. Instead of fantasizing about the return of Crimea, it would not hurt the Ukrainian authorities to take up the implementation of the obligations under the Minsk agreements, to recall the economic crisis and the poorer population, especially against the backdrop of the global problem with the spread of the pandemic, ”the deputy emphasized.

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