Russian opposition pledges to return Crimea to Ukraine
Russian opposition leader Kasianov assured leader of Crimean Tatar people Djemiliov of returning Crimea under Ukraine’s control
In Strasbourg Envoy of the President of Ukraine on issues of Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Djemiliov met leader of Russian opposition party Mikhail Kasianov, who assured Djemiliov of returning the annexed Crimea back under Ukraine’s control, informs press service of the Envoy.
Kasianov participated in the meeting of PACE, dedicated to the honor of Boris Nemtsov. Kasianov pointed out that economic and political situation in Russian is getting worse, it is said in the report.
“I can assure you that ultimately Crimea will be released and returned back to Ukraine”, - press service of Djemiliov quotes Kasianov.
Earlier Russian opposition leader claimed that it is only a prerogative of Crimean Tatar people to determine destiny of the peninsula.
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