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Kremlin responds on Sobchak statement about Ukrainian Crimea
14:54, 25 October 2017
Kremlin responds on Sobchak statement about Ukrainian Crimea

Russia thinks that the issue of the peninsula status is over

14:54, 25 October 2017

Reuters

Kremlin thinks that the issue of ‘the territorial belonging of Crimea’ is out of the question. Spokesperson of Russia President Dmitry Peskov claimed this as RIA News reported.

According to Peskov, Crimea is ‘the inherent part of Russia’ and Kremlin does not intend to discuss the status of the peninsula.

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‘Crimea is the inherent part of Russia in legal terms and under international law. The discussion of the territorial and sovereign belonging of Crimea is out of the question.

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Earlier TV anchor Ksenia Sobchak commented on the annexation of Crimea and said that it belongs to Ukraine in legal terms.

As it was reported earlier Sobchak claimed about the intention to run for the presidency in Russia in 2018.

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Crimea was annexed by Russia by way of the illegal referendum that was held at the peninsula in March 2014. Earlier the Russian militaries that stayed there without any marking conquered all strategic military objects and building of the force and state bodies. The results of the referendum were not recognized by Ukraine and the world society. The number of the European and world countries, including Ukraine imposed the economic sanctions against Russia.

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