Crimean problem won't be solved until the return of peninsula, - Turchynov
Russia should return the peninsula back to Ukraine to close the issue
National Security Council Secretary Alexander Turchynov has commented on Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev statement about "closing the issue of Crimea", reported UNIAN.
“Russia wants to close the issue of the Crimea? But the issue will never be closed for us and for the world community, as well as the question of Donbass, until the occupied territories will not return to the Ukraine, and until you will restore the borders of our country” – said Turchynov.
According to his words, there is the only one way to "close this issue" for Russian Federation - "to get out of the occupied territories."
Earlier we reported that Russia draws nuclear weapons to occupied Crimea
“The Bible says, "For they sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind”. This means that aggressor, which creates a precedent by trying to change the existing borders, soon will face the same problem, but on a larger scale and more destructive. After all, Russia will not be able to hold the national-territorial autonomy as well as the areas that were cut off from other countries, from the Far East to the western regions ", - said the National Security Council Secretary.
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