Poroshenko has promised not to leave inhabitants of the Crimea “without support”

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has promised “not to leave without the support of the” inhabitants of Crimea about what he wrote in Facebook.

“We will not leave our citizens in the temporarily occupied Crimea without support,” – wrote the Ukrainian leader.

According to him, Russia “is responsible for the violation of human rights” on the Peninsula.

“The entire civilized world knows that Crimea is Ukraine. We continue to fight,” he said.


It should be noted that since the reunification of the Crimea with Russia, the Peninsula was visited by various parliamentary delegations from Europe and none of the parliamentarians did not see any human rights violations.

Earlier, Poroshenko said that Russia is increasing its military presence on the Peninsula and predicted “full-scale war” with Russia.

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