“The date for the Crimean summit has already been clearly defined – August 23. The President’s Office is working together with the Foreign Ministry to prepare appropriate invitations to world leaders, the corresponding concept, the summit program, organizational issues,” Zhovkva said.
He notes that it is necessary to make specific decisions on the de-occupation of the peninsula at the summit of the Crimean Platform.
“We do not hold a summit for the sake of a summit. We do not need to hold a summit and forget this topic again. Therefore, after the summit, obviously, a declaration should appear, and more importantly, a coordinated international toolkit for the de-occupation of Crimea and the protection of the rights of Ukrainians in Crimea,” the deputy head of the President’s Office noted.
Earlier, Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba reported that the international Crimean platform summit on the de-occupation of the peninsula would take place in May 2021 in Kyiv.