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EU rejected to recognize elections in Crimea and Sevastopol

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EU rejected to recognize elections in Crimea and Sevastopol


12.09.2017

pixabay.comEU has rejected to recognize elections that took place in Crimea and Sevastopol last weekend, TASS reports. It was declared in the statement voiced by Federica Mogherini.

The statement authors state that “European Union did not recognize the annexation of the Crimea by the Russian Federation and Sevastopol and therefore does not recognize the holding of elections on the Crimean peninsula." It is also says that EU has not changed its position about territorial integrity of Ukraine.

According to the Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea, Georgy Muradov, by doing so Brussels rejects to consider basic human and referendum rights of Crimean people. Apparently Europe recognizes only European nations’ integration – for example when Western and Eastern Germans have reunited without referendum no one has mentioned anything about legitimacy, says the politician. Until their understanding of human rights changes, EU will keep the same position about Crimea, Georgy Muradov noted.

Sevastopol inhabitants have voted for a mayor for the first time on September 10. Also, additional elections for Legislative Assembly deputies have taken place at 17 precincts in the city this weekend. Deputies of the regional parliament were elected at two precincts in Crimea.

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