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a Ukrainian peninsula between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov

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A week ago, the Ukrainian government also cut trade links with Crimea, making official something activists had been seeking to enforce for months.
He added that the German government expects that electricity supply to temporary occupied Crimea would be resumed, and these type of incidents would not take place again in future.
Faced with a ban on imports of its food by Moscow for supporting sanctions against Russia, Ukraine said it would hit back with reciprocal trade bans and may also block goods shipments to Crimea.
Road transportation between the Russian Federation and Crimea occurs through the Kerch Strait.
Meanwhile, a source in the European External Action Service said that the extension of EU sanctions against Crimea would not require a political decision and will occur automatically in mid-June.
Since Russia annexed Crimea, Putin has imported the same grotesque mode of governance to the peninsula.
Crimea is a region of the Russian Federation and of course the subject of our regions is not up for discussion," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters during a conference call.
Political crises which started in Crimea has been raged by Putin and pulled the political as well as economical aspects of the world to critical consequences.
The theses of realistic theory of the international relations explain the intervention of the Russian Federation in Crimea.
Visa Inc (NYSE: V) and MasterCard Inc (NYSE: MA), both credit and debit card companies, have said that they will not be able to support bank cards that are used in Crimea, Reuters has reported.
The order prohibits the export of goods, technology or services to Crimea and prohibits the import of goods, technology or services from Crimea, as well as new investments in Crimea.
Synopsis: With the exception of the situation with Crimea, many of the things that Ukrainians believe needed to happen in their country to help it regain stability are happening.
The Cyprus Foreign Ministry has dismissed press reports of allegations of an import of 4,603 tonnes of barley originating in Crimea on June 23.
Savelyev, who is in charge of the territory which was incorporated into Russia i March, was quoted by RIA Novosti as saying that a section pumping gas into Crimea could be constructed in 2016, after the underwater part of the pipeline is finished the year before.
PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin praised the return of Crimea to Russia before tens of thousands yesterday during his first trip to the Black Sea peninsula since its annexation.