Poroshenko urged the G7 to condemn Russian elections in Crimea

Порошенко призвал G7 осудить выборы РФ в Крыму

Poroshenko called on the G7 countries not to recognize the Russian elections in Crimea

The President called on group of seven not to recognize the Russian elections in the annexed Crimea. He also appealed to the head of the EU delegation to Ukraine, Hugues Mingarelli.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called Big seven does not recognize the Russian election in the Crimea, and to prevent the participation of citizens of the G7 and the EU in monitoring these elections. The head of state said during his meeting with the ambassadors of the United States, Japan, Germany, UK, France, Italy and Canada on Tuesday, March 13, press service.

“I would like to discuss the Russian elections on March 18. It would be critical to your firm’s statement of condemnation and non-recognition of Russian elections in Crimea”, - said Poroshenko.

The President also appealed to the head of the EU delegation to Ukraine, Hugues Mingarelli and thanked him and Vice-President of the European Commission for the announced on the eve of the strong position of the European Union.

“It would also be important that you not allow your citizens to visit the Crimea to monitor the elections there,” - said Poroshenko. He added that it is, in particular, the representatives of France, Austria and Finland.

Earlier, EU high representative for foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini said that the EU will not recognize the results of the Russian presidential elections in the Crimea.

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