In the Crimea there arrived another delegation from Italy, which included senators, deputies, journalists, and public figures. In Sevastopol, they visited the Italian military cemetery at mount Gasfort and museums of Balaclava. Later a meeting was held with the leadership of the Crimea, reports TASS.
The representative of the delegation, journalist Giulietto Chiesa stated that the members of the delegation known that can be followed by sanctions, but he says Europeans have the right to travel. He added that he is not afraid of criticism, both Kiev and from Italy.
He called for the purpose of this visit is to demonstrate that in Italy there are different opinions about relations with Russia and when they arrived, the members of the delegation support the idea of dialogue with Moscow.Related posts: