Klimkin was upset over the loss of German interest in Ukraine

Pavlo Klimkin

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin in an interview with Bild, said that saddened by the decline in Germany, public interest in events in Ukraine.

“In Germany, public interest in Ukraine is reduced. Is it good or bad for you?” asked the source Klimkin.

“It’s bad!” — said the Ukrainian diplomat.

Also Klimkin said that the mood of the inhabitants of the Crimea “is rapidly deteriorating”. “Neither the industry nor the tourism, nor the society is not developing. Many residents of Crimea are incredibly disappointed,” said Klimkin.

Condemned the head of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry and the head of the Free democratic party of Germany, Christian Lindner, who called temporarily “decapsulate” the issue of Crimea. “This strategy is wrong. We must not abandon Crimea and its residents,” he said.

“Russia is pursuing ethnic cleansing in Crimea. Crimea is bleeding,” said Klimkin and added that “Crimea is sacred to the Ukraine.”

The Peninsula became part of Russia after the March 2014 referendum in which the decision was made by the majority of the members voting. Kiev refused to recognize the results of the plebiscite. Moscow points to the fact that the referendum was carried out in accordance with all norms of international law.