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Petro Poroshenko concerned about nuclear weapons possible deployment in Crimea
17:42, 2 April 2016
Petro Poroshenko concerned about nuclear weapons possible deployment in Crimea

"Ukraine’s intelligence reported that Russia plans to deploy the elements of nuclear weapons in Crimea"

17:42, 2 April 2016

Пресс-служба президента Украины

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko called for consultation with international partners regarding the threat of Russian deployment of nuclear weapons in the occupied Crimea. He stated this during the  press conference in Washington, the agency "Interfax-Ukraine".

"We are confident that these consultations should be carried out in order to avoid the deployment of nuclear weapons", - stated the president.

Earlier Petro Poroshenko urged UN to assign rapporteur on rights of Ukrainians detained in Russia

The Head of State expressed concern about the risks of Russian side placing nuclear weapons on the peninsula, "because according to the rules of international law, Ukraine is solely responsible for the deployment of nuclear weapons on its territory".

"In accordance with the information of Ukraine’s intelligence, Russia  plans to deploy the elements of nuclear weapons in Crimea.  Since Crimea is Ukrainian territory, we are very concerned about such possibility. We demand very coherent and effective steps of the international community to prevent drastic deterioration of the security situation in the Black Sea region by placing nuclear weapons in Crimea ", - said Poroshenko.

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