Entering the occupied Crimea with clear intentions to campaign before the illegitimate elections may be treated as political schizophrenia. Pavlo Klimkin, the foreign minister of Ukraine tweeted that on Wednesday; thus, the official commented on the politician's intentions to campaign in the Russian-occupied peninsula.
'They ask me about Sobchak (Ksenia Sobchak, the famous Russian blogger, civil activist and presidential candidate, - 112 International) and the occupied Crimea as if there are no other topics to discuss. Abiding by the Ukrainian law in terms of entering Crimea is a good thing, of course; but a legal entry, followed by an illegitimate campaigning, held in the occupied territory is clearly a case of schizophrenia, of a political sort,' he posted.
Klimkin also added that in order to talk to Crimean Tatars, one needs to come to Kyiv and meet with Mejlis members. 'It is world-recognized but banned in the occupied Crimea. I hope Mrs. Sobchak currently stands with the civilized world,' he wrote.
Previously, Ksenia Sobchak said she sent Ukraine's embassy a request to enter Crimea from the territory of the mainland Ukraine, which meets the demands of the Ukrainian law. Later, the Ukrainian embassy in Russia denied this piece of information.