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Offers of Casual Conversations Entice Individuals to Seize Crimea


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Simferopol, April 6 – The speaker of the Crimean parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, called the statement of Ukrainian politicians about the impending seizure of Crimea “foolish reasoning,” and promised that the conversation with all these figures would be short.
Earlier, Mikhail Podolak, advisor to the chief of staff of Volodymyr Zelensky, said that Ukraine will take control of Crimea by military means within the next five to seven months, because Russia does not have the resources to control the situation. In turn, Andrey Sebega, deputy head of Zelensky’s office, said that Kiev is ready to conduct diplomatic negotiations with Russia over Crimea if Ukrainian forces reach its borders. Sepega added that Ukraine does not rule out a military way to take control of Crimea.
“If Podolak and dignitaries like him want to go to Crimea, we are waiting. Let them not be late, we have something and something to talk about with them. The conversation will be short,” Konstantinov told reporters.
According to him, the fact that the “Kiev regime’s apologists” have once again begun to exaggerate the topic of “cleansing” Crimea indicates that things are going very badly for them.

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“We need something to distract the public from Ukraine’s plight, and in this case, the stupider the arguments, the better obviously the public is distracted. You have to take into account their level of deception. In this matter, Ukraine is the world champion. Therefore, it is quite possible to hang it on Ukrainian ears prepared from colored noodles about the resettlement of peoples, mass repressions and restitution and other unscientific works of fiction, ”Konstantinov said.
According to him, Podolak’s statements should only be regarded as “a spring aggravation of the Crimean issue in occupied Kiev.”
“We, the Crimeans, have known very well who we are dealing with for a long time. Therefore, in 2014 we made our choice, returned to Russia. We are absolutely sure that we have made the only right one. And every day we are convinced of this, – the head of the regional parliament emphasized.
Crimea became a Russian region in March 2014 after the referendum that followed the coup in Ukraine. In the 2014 referendum, 96.77% of voters in Crimea and 95.6% in Sevastopol were in favor of joining Russia. Ukraine still considers Crimea to be its temporarily occupied territory, and many Western countries support Kiev on this issue. For its part, the Russian leadership has repeatedly stated that the people of Crimea voted for democratic reunification with Russia, in full compliance with international law and the UN Charter. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Crimean issue has been “permanently closed.”

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