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

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According to the Department Spokesperson, during his Wednesday trip to Crimea, Russian President Vladimir Putin "reiterated Russia's false claims to Ukrainian territory in another open admission that the Russian government disdains the international order and disrespects the territorial integrity of sovereign nations.
The corresponding agreement was signed by the Minister of Resorts, Tourism and Olympic Heritage of the Krasnodar Territory Christopher Konstantinidi and Minister of Resorts and Tourism of the Republic of Crimea Vadim Volchenko at the site of the 13th international tourist exhibition "Intourmarket-2018", which is taking place these days in Moscow.
In a statement, the embassy of Ukraine here Friday demanded from the Russian Federation to release Ahtem Ciygoz, to stop repressions against Crimean Tatars and Ukrainians on the territory of the occupied Crimea and to restore the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.
had tightened sanctions to force Russia to end its occupation of Crimea.
Vladimir Putin accused Ukraine on Wednesday of using terrorist tactics to try to provoke a new conflict and destabilise annexed Crimea after Russia said it had thwarted two armed Ukrainian attempts to get saboteurs into the contested peninsula.
MOSCOW: Russia's security service on Wednesday said it had thwarted "terrorist attacks" in Crimea by Ukrainian military intelligence and beaten back an armed assault by Kiev's forces.
The United Nations also does not want countries to recognise Crimea as part of Russia, and some top Republicans staunchly defend Crimea against what they consider Russian aggression.
The West would argue, 'It takes one country to annex Crimea,'" I respond.
For the first time in the 21 months since Crimea was annexed, the region's 2.
Moscow's energy ministry said that some 938,000 residents of Crimea remained without electricity and Russia was sending 300 mobile generators to the peninsula.
If Crimea had remained part of Ukraine, would it have been a more democratic life there?
Simferopol/Moscow: A controversial former Japanese prime minister on Wednesday praised life in Crimea as "happy" as he slammed Tokyo's position on the seizure of the peninsula by Russia during a contentious visit.
The theses of realistic theory presented in the current Article will explain the intervention of Russia in the Crimea and they will not represent the theses of liberal theory.
Global Banking News-December 30, 2014--Visa, MasterCard suspend bank card operations in Crimea
The European Union (EU) has imposed further sanctions on Crimea, banning all investment and cruise ships from its ports in an attempt to convey the message that the bloc will not recognise Russia's "illegal annexation" of Ukraine territory, AFP reported on Thursday.