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Occupational power in Crimea “nationalizes” Khan’s Palace
23:13, 30 October 2017
Occupational power in Crimea “nationalizes” Khan’s Palace

Russia seized 4.000 objects from Ukraine in total

23:13, 30 October 2017

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The occupational power of Crimea has illegally nationalized the Khan’s Palace, which is the property of Ukraine, as UNN reports quoting press secretary of Crimean Prosecution Tatiana Tykhonchyk. 

She says that the fact of handing the Khan’s Palace to the “property of the republic” was added to the criminal proceeding already opened on the fact of nationalizing the property of Ukraine.

Related: Ukraine’s MFA to submit to UN new draft resolution on human rights in Crimea

It is noted that the national committee on state registration and inventory in the annexed Crimea registered the ownership of 32 real estate objects of the Khan’s Palace.

Previously the Prosecution of Crimea informed that the occupational power has nationalized 4.000 objects belonging to Ukraine. Ukraine’s loss over the annexation of Crimea is $67 billion.

Related: German companies will not work in Crimea, - Steinmeier

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