Foreign Ministry: Ukraine to use all legal ways to counter Russian aggression
Ukrainian diplomats released respective statement on March 27
Kyiv will keep acting according to the international law so as to oppose the Russian aggression, restore Ukraine’s territorial integrity and make up losses suffered due to the wrongful actions of the Russian side.
Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry released the respective statement on the occasion of the second anniversary of UN General Assembly’s resolution “On Ukraine’s territorial integrity” (March 2014).
“This document remains a key tool to liberate Crimea, and Ukraine counts on further support from the international community regarding restoration of its territorial integrity within the internationally recognized borders”, Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said.
“For the last two years of illegal occupation in Crimea, Russia has been distinctly oppressing human rights in Crimea, including the rights of Crimean Tatars, the indigenous people of the Crimean peninsula. By the illegal occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and military invasion into Ukrainian Donbas, Russia continues to breach the international law”, reads the message.
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