The Ukrainian foreign Ministry has sent Russia a note of protest in connection with the holding of the economic forum in the occupied Crimea

МИД Украины направил России ноту протеста в связи с проведением экономического форума в оккупированном Крыму

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine sent a protest note to the Russian Federation in connection with the 20-22 of April this year, the so-called “Yalta international economic forum” Russia-annexed Crimea. About it reports a press-Department service.

“The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine note expressed strong protest to the Russian Federation in connection with the April 20-22, 2017 so-called “Yalta international economic forum” on the temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation the territory of the Ukrainian Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol”, – stated in the message.

The Ministry said that the conduct of these activities is a gross violation of Russian sovereignty of Ukraine, Ukrainian legislation and universally recognized norms of international law, including UN Charter, resolutions of the UN General Assembly “Territorial integrity of Ukraine” dated March 27, 2014 and “the Situation with human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol”, dated 19 December 2016, as well as other multilateral international treaties.

The foreign Ministry expressed a categorical requirement to adopt the Russian side urgent measures to restore the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, strict compliance with universally recognized norms of international law and an immediate end to the practice of holding without the consent of Ukraine any activities on its sovereign territory.

As reported, earlier the Prosecutor of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea appealed to the Ministry of foreign Affairs with an appeal to prevent unauthorized foreigners economic forum in annexed Yalta in April this year.

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