British institute releases image of Sevastopol credited as part of Russia

Ukrainian Embassy in the UK protested, demanding that the IISS re-publish the image that contains the right information
16:56, 28 November 2019

Sevastopol credited as Russia, Survival magazine, IISS
Ukraine's Embassy to UK

The Internation Institute of Strategic Surveys (Great Britain) credited the annexed Sevastopol as part of the Russian Federation. Ukraine's Embassy in the UK reported that on November 28. 

"We're extremely disappointed with the latest number of IISS 'Survival' journal Survival Editors, where Sevastopol is mentioned as Russian territory. We remind that Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. We expect IISS to remove the wrongful image and display the correct information", reads the statement on Twitter

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IISS has not yet commented on the demands of the Ukrainian Embassy.

Previously, The Economist published a video where Ukraine was shown without the territory of Crimea. Recently, Apple did the same thing in its Weather app.

Related: Ukraine's MFA criticized Russian Crimea in Apple applications


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