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In March 2014, Russia urgently sent 9 000 soldiers to Crimea: Chizhov
18:20, 19 May 2016
In March 2014, Russia urgently sent 9 000 soldiers to Crimea: Chizhov

He stated this in an interview to Deutsche Welle

18:20, 19 May 2016

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Russia’s permanent representative to the EU Vladimir Chizhov stated, that back in March 2014, Russia urgently sent 9 000 soldiers to Crimea.

According to Chizhov, the military  were deployed by air. Moreover, Chizhov claims, that presence of Russia’s military in Crimea was legal under the 1997 agreement between Russia and Ukraine, under which Russia received the right for military presence in Sevastopol. Annexation of Crimea by Russia back in March 2014 hasn’t been recognized by most of the world.

Related: Islyamov stated the need to create the Crimean Tatar army

Related: ‘Kremlin annexed Crimea and now will destroy national identity’: Ukraine’s Defense Secretary

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