“Since January until November 2019, the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine sent 44 notes of protest, 22 of them to the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation,” the message said.
The remaining 22 notes were sent to the countries of the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, particularly, the states of Western Asia and Balkans.
The documents concerned the issues related to the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea and so-called visits of the representatives of occupation authorities of Crimea to other countries.
As we reported, the UN General Assembly would consider a draft resolution on protection of human rights in the occupied Crimea. The bill was pre-approved on November 14.
Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in his draft law proposed to amend the Constitution and remove the norm on special status of the city of Sevastopol.