Oxford University Press "returned" Crimea to Ukraine in Geography textbook
The book states that UN does not recognize the Russian "annexation" of the Crimea
Oxford University Press has previously issued a Geography textbook where Crimea was marked as a part of the Russian Federation. Now this Publishing House corrected its previous mistake, reported the Ukrainian Embassy in the UK press service.
As noted, "Oxford University Press undertakes to exchange the purchased previous version of the textbook to the new version for free."
The new version of the Geography textbook indicates that "Crimea is an unofficial part of Russia, which belongs to Ukraine, but at the moment, is under control of the Russian Federation."
Also, the book states that the UN does not recognize the Russian "annexation" of the Crimea.
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