Another delegation from Germany is expected to visit the annexed Crimea as part of the representatives of the parties "Left" and "Alternative for Germany". This is written by RIA Novosti referring to the deputy chairman of the Crimean Parliamentary Committee on Interethnic Relations Yuri Gempel.
According to him, the delegation will participate in the Yalta International Economic Forum, which will be held from 19 to 21 April. Another 4 people will arrive from Norway. The delegation will include about 20 people.
As reported, in April 2016 the Russian fund paid a trip to the annexed Crimea for German MEP from the right-populist party "Alternative for Germany" Marcus Pratzel to participate in the Yalta Economic Forum.
In June 2017, the German politician Alexander Goland, who headed the electoral list of the right-populist "Alternative for Germany", called the Crimea "an indigenous Russian territory."
In August, information appeared that several functionaries of the right-populist party "Alternative for Germany" (AdG) were suspected of working closely with the alleged Russian agent, Pole Mateusz Piskorsky.
In the fall of 2017, the "Alternative for Germany" first went to parliament. Thousands of demonstrators in Berlin went to protest against this.
On February 3, 9 German deputies arrived in the occupied Crimea. The Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea opened criminal proceedings on the fact of a visit of Crimea by a group of deputies from Germany.