Frame: Natalya Lyutikova page in Facebook
Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, one of leaders of the banned in Russia as extremist organization “the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people,” Refat Chubarov at the meeting of the Ukrainian-Russian Commission on fisheries in the Azov sea in Kiev demanded to expel from Ukraine the head of the Russian delegation. Live performances Chubarov was published in the Facebook activist Natalia Liutikova.
The Russian delegation is headed by the head of the Azov-black sea territorial administration Rosrybolovstva Igor Rulev. The reason for the statements Chubarov was the fact that the officer visited the Crimea.
“I urge you to stop this activity. Here sits a criminal who entered our territory, which was occupied by Russia. You’re talking to a criminal… I can’t five years to visit the Crimea. They kill, kidnap our children. We have more than 70 people are sitting in Russian prisons. I urge you to immediately stop this bunch”, — quotes the words Chubarova “Crimea.Realities”.
Verkhovna Rada Deputy Sergey Vysotsky, who was also present at the meeting, said that the efforts of parliamentarians it was torn down.
In the State border service of Ukraine said that during the interviews none of the members of the Russian delegation, who arrived at the meeting of the Commission was not informed about the visit to the Crimea. “In the database not all citizens have information about their visit to the occupied Crimea. In this case, when these individuals crossed the border, we did not have convincing evidence that they had visited the occupied Peninsula,” — said “UKRINFORM” press-Secretary of Department Oleg Slobodyan.
Crimea became part of Russia in March 2014 after a referendum in which the majority voted for such a decision. In Kiev refused to recognize the results of the plebiscite and I believe Peninsula Ukrainian territory, and its residents are Ukrainian citizens. Moscow, in turn, indicates compliance with the procedures of the reunification of Russia with Crimea international law.
Video, photo All from Russia.