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'We do not care what one thinks of Russian officials' visits' - Crimean authorities

The member of the State Council of Russia-occupied Crimea Vladislav Hanzhara commented on the U.S. critical reaction to Putin's visit to Crimea
11:11, 13 August 2019

The member of the State Council of Russia-occupied Crimea Vladislav Hanzhara
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The member of the State Council of Russia-occupied Crimea Vladislav Hanzhara reacted to the U.S. critics concerning Putin’s visit to the peninsula, as Russia Today reported.

“We don’t care what one thinks of the visits of Russian officials, especially the President of our country, - whether it comes from Ukraine, of the U.S. Embassy, or anywhere in the world, as it is Russia’s internal affair,” he said.

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Hanzhara is convinced that Putin’s visit to annexed Crimea is always high-profile.

He believes that Crimea is a part of Russia, despite the fact that it was occupied.

As it was reported, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin arrived in annexed Sevastopol on a motorcycle, where he joined a bike-show of a local scandalous motorcycle club.

Related: Lawyer files application against Putin for bike riding without helmet in annexed Crimea

Defence Ministry representatives expressed a protest against another visit to Crimea on August 10, 2019 which was not agreed with the Ukrainian side.

The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine reported that Putin’s visit to annexed Crimea is unacceptable.

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