EU will never recognize annexation of Crimea by Russia: Mogherini
Settlement of Ukraine’s conflict is one of the EU’s top priorities
The European Union rules out recognition of annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, the EU High Repersentative on Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini stated at the session of the UN Security Council.
‘The European Union continues to support territorial integrity of Ukraine and doesn’t recognize unlawful annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol’ , - she said.
Mogherini stressed, that settlement of Ukraine’s crisis is one of the EU’s top priorities, the UN press service reports.
Mogherini also called on all sides of eastern Ukraine conflict to keep to agreements reached at peace negotiations in Minsk to streamline stabilization in the area.
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