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Sunday, November 19, 2017

The Federation Council rejected a deal with the US: our Crimea irrevocably

Russia rejected the offer of American congressmen about the exchange Crimea for the lifting of sanctions. The representative of the Federation Council Frants Klintsevich called irrevocable decision on the annexation of Crimea.

photo: Andrew Afanasiev

On the website of the U.S. Congress promulgated the “Act on stability and democracy for Ukraine”. The authors of Democrat Eliot Engel and Republican Adam Kiesinger offered to “exchange” – the lifting of sanctions for the recognition of the sovereignty of Ukraine over Crimea.

Read the material: the US has offered Russia the exchange: Crimea sanctions

This “offer”, which is still re approved the United States Congress has already been rejected in Moscow.

First Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Frants Klintsevich said that this approach: “sharing” – “shows the opinion of the American ruling class on the rest of the world”.

To do the same, according to the Senator, and is “the belief in the omnipotence of sanctions, precisely because they are American”, and “unwillingness to understand that not everything is bought and sold”, and the desire to simultaneously inflate counterparty”, quoted by RIA Novosti.

“Our response to such proposals can only be one”, – said the Klintsevich, stressing that “Russia does not intend to enter into any transactions concerning the future of the Crimea”.

“His fate is sealed finally and irrevocably”, — said the representative of the Federation Council.

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