The Embassy of Ukraine stated that Russia occupied Crimea
The Embassy reminded that the world has imposed sanctions against Russia over its occupation of Crimea .
The Ukrainian Embassy in Britain commented on the article of the British newspaper Daily Mail, which called the Russian-occupied Crimea.
This is stated in the Twitter of the Ukrainian authorities. “Crimea is Ukraine.
Crimea is Ukraine.Despite the provocative @MailOnline article it achieves nothing&it would not assist Mr Putin in increasing his public fans pic.twitter.com/iDgSyKVecD
— Ukraine’s Emb. to UK (@UkrEmbLondon) 13 Jun 2017
Despite the provocative material, the Daily Mail, it doesn’t mean anything and will not help Putin to increase the number of his fans”, – said the Ukrainian Embassy in Britain. The Embassy also reminded that the entire world imposed sanctions against Russia over its occupation of Crimea.
British newspaper the Daily Mail in their news pointed to Crimea as the territory of the Russian Federation
Formerly known by the British tabloid the Daily Mail called the Russian Crimea. We are talking about the material, which focuses on the explosion of the bombs during the Second world war in occupied Sevastopol. In the news we are talking about the incident, which occurred in the port city of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula, “the South-West of Russia”.