Overlooking the Cape AI-I and Fig beach in the Republic of Krimpet: RIA Novosti/Alexey Maligawa
Kiev actions alienated people in the Crimea from Ukraine, said state Duma Deputy from Sevastopol, Dmitry Belik, commenting on the words of his colleagues from the Verkhovna Rada Evgeniy murayev about the negative consequences of the blockade of the Peninsula. It is reported by RT on Sunday, July 14.
According to the Russian parliamentarian, the analysis of such statements it is necessary to consider that in a week in the country held early parliamentary elections. “Yes, five years, official Kyiv has conducted systematic work on “punishment” Sevastopol and Crimea,” said Belik.
Member of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Tsekov, in turn, confirmed that the blockade even more alienated Crimeans from Ukraine. In his opinion, for the inhabitants of the Peninsula, Russia “has always been the homeland.”
In turn, the Deputy of the state Duma Ruslan Balbec regarded the words of the Ukrainian parliamentarians as a PR campaign. “Today, Ukraine has become fashionable to speak about the world, so let the “servant of the people” will come to the Peninsula show the official Kiev, as we have to put up with. And yet all this pre — election chatter,” he concluded.
Earlier on Sunday, the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Moore stated that due to the blockades perpetrated by the Kiev authorities, residents of the Crimea ceased to associate themselves with Ukraine. The MP also assured that he would require President Vladimir Zelensky immediate lifting of the blockade of Donbass and the Crimea.
The Crimea became part of Russia following the results of the March referendum in 2014. Kiev, the US and several countries in the West do not recognize the voting results.
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