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Deputy Foreign Minister: Russia’s Southern federal district might suffer from sanctions against Crimea
19:55, 28 July 2016
Deputy Foreign Minister: Russia’s Southern federal district might suffer from sanctions against Crimea

Ukrainian diplomat says the West might impose same sanctions on other territories of the district, which from now on includes Crimea as well

19:55, 28 July 2016

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‘If anyone thinks you can just take the stolen thing and bring it to another place, and thus it wouldn’t be stolen anymore, - that’s quite wrong. Moreover, anyone who’s involved in such theft – I mean, stealing Crimea, – becomes the accomplice in the crime. So it might turn out that the West-imposed sanctions against Crimea will be spread on the rest of Russia’s Southern federal district’. Serhiy Kyslytsia, Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine, said this during the opening of the photo exhibition about breaches of human rights allowed by Russia since the occupation of Crimea.           

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