The inhabitants of the Crimea will be grateful if the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, who promised them their support will leave the population of the Peninsula alone. On Sunday, February 26, said the Deputy of the state Duma, the former Crimean Vice-Premier Ruslan Balbec, reports RIA Novosti.
“The inhabitants of the Peninsula supported Poroshenko felt in 2014 after closing of the water supply in the North Crimean canal, then care about the Crimeans were arranged grocery blockade,” said Balbec. The crown’s support, he said, was the case of the Peninsula by Ukrainian radicals in the fall and winter of 2015.
Previously on February 26, Poroshenko wrote in Facebook post that he intends to continue to care for the inhabitants of the Crimea and fight for the reunification of the Peninsula with Ukraine.
Crimea and Sevastopol became part of Russia in March 2014 following a referendum. The vast majority of participants in the referendum voted for it. The Kiev authorities do not recognize the results of the plebiscite and called the Peninsula occupied territory. In Moscow indicate compliance with the procedures of international law. The Russian authorities also repeatedly stressed that the question of ownership of the Peninsula is closed.