The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko believes that the reunification of the Crimean Peninsula with the Russian Federation “has undermined the foundations of world and regional order.”
This statement by the Ukrainian President made during his visit to Odessa, where on Friday opened an Istanbul Park, according to “Russian conversation”.
Poroshenko again accused Russia of “aggression” in Ukraine and said that Moscow’s policy, in particular the annexation of Crimea, “is a challenge not only to Kiev, but also for Turkey, the entire black sea region.”
Note, the Kiev authorities continue to consider the Crimea “their territory”. In a recent statement, the Ukrainian President said that Kiev granted a visa-free regime will help Ukraine “to return to your part of the Peninsula.”
In addition, Kiev intends to amend the basic law related to the “creation in the Crimea of national autonomy of the Crimean Tatars”. Currently already created the special Commission which will be engaged in constitutional reforms.
In Russia do not take seriously the talk of the Kiev authorities about the education of the autonomy of the Crimean Tatars, noting that Ukraine is unable to dispose of other people’s territories.