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The Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya in your Telegram-channel appreciated the PACE resolution, which contains provisions with the requirement to Russia to fulfill the Minsk agreements, as well as to return Crimea to Ukraine.
“If PACE has forgotten to take his anti-Russian resolution — it would’ve been the PACE. They apparently are going there solely for this — as in the song “If it weren’t for you, tell me, why should I live…””, — she wrote.
Poklonskaya also reminded that liability for loss of the Crimea lies on the Ukrainian authorities that in 2014, “kicked out and forced to defend themselves against the nationalists [ … ] and now everywhere trumpeting that Russia is to blame”.
“I have always been interested to observe how people can transform: today kicked out of the house with the threat of “Slaughter!”, and tomorrow “for the people”, wiping a tear on her cheek, puts his arms around with the question “Why did you leave?” or shouting “You stole another one!”” the MP said.
Earlier, the PACE resolution praised the head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev. In his opinion, she was “in full volume contains the inertia of thinking, dialed the PACE in the last five years” and Russia discussed without Russia, “and obviously biased.” The Senator added that in five years, there have been several “very tough anti-Russian resolutions”, which were very superficial and pursued the “obvious political goal.”
31 January, PACE adopted a resolution, which in particular contain provisions demanding that Russia fulfill the Minsk agreements, as well as to return Crimea to Ukraine. The document notes the negative trend in respect of democracy, rule of law and human rights in Russia. PACE also demanded from Moscow to “put an end to military intervention and support for illegally armed groups in the East of Ukraine.”
Crimea joined Russia in the spring of 2014 the referendum. The results of the voting do not recognize Kiev, the US and the EU, considering the Peninsula occupied territory. Moscow insists on the observance of international law.
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