Occupation of Crimea might lead to establishing nuclear infrastructure on peninsula, - Klimkin

The annexed Crimea turned into Russia's large military base, Ukrainian foreign minister said
09:14, 30 May 2018

Europa Press

Russia resorts to aggression not only in Ukraine, but also across the rest of the world; Ukraine's foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin said this during the special session of the UN Security Council.

'Four million people are cut off from the basic humanitarian supplies: food, water, electricity, transport... The infrastructure was totally destroyed. People can't get their medications; Russia doesn't let anyone deliver the drugs to the occupied territory', Klimkin said. 

Speaking about the activity of the Russian government in Crimea, the Ukrainian official said that the occupation of the peninsula increases the military potential of Russia and prepares the peninsula for installing the nuclear weapon infrastructure. Today, Crimea is a big Russian military base', he said.  

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