Ukraine Sanctions Foreign Politicians for Visiting Crimea

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 21, 2017

Georgia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) released a special statement regarding the third anniversary of annexation of Crimea.

The foreign delegation will try to verify by its own means the details of the reality of the development of Crimea, after being three years under Russian jurisdiction, he said.

"These acts were committed in complete disregard for the Constitution and legislation of Ukraine, as well as for the fundamental norms and principles of global law", Georgian MFA says.

"The Foreign Ministry of Georgia condemns Russia's aggression against Ukraine and an attempt to forcibly change its borders".

"This practice of occupation and annexation undermines the established worldwide order posing a serious threat to global security and stability. The worldwide community should take a consolidated position to counter aggression against sovereign states", the Georgian Foreign Ministry noted.

"Poland does not recognise the so-called annexation of Crime and invariably supports the integrity of the Ukraine's territories within borders that are recognised under global law", the ministry said.

Ukraine imposed sanctions today against a group of 20 European, Latin American, Ukrainian and post-Soviet politicians who visit Crimea these days to get to know their realities.

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