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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Aksenov: foreign investors are secretly working in the Crimea


Many foreign investors operate in the Crimea, but prefer not to advertise it in connection with the sanctions of the international community, said the head of the Republic Sergey Aksenov.

Talking about the dynamics in relations with Western colleagues, Aksyonov noted that in this area there has been definite progress.

“Progress is felt, but in the case of Crimea, and in connection with the sanctions against Russia, many investors prefer to remain “behind the scenes” and not to advertise their activities on the Peninsula”, — pass it the word “news”.

Speaking about the results of a three-day visit of the Italian parliamentarians to the Peninsula, Aksenov said that the visit of the delegation was an important step in breaking the information blockade of the Crimea.

“Parliamentarians are convinced that in the Crimea, contrary to the claims of Western propaganda, safely and comfortably, tanks and machine gunners on the streets there. Following the visit of our Italian colleagues have stated that they intend to advocate the abolition of anti-Russian sanctions. We are grateful for the honest and principled position,” – said the head of the region.

Crimea and Sevastopol became part of Russia in March 2014 following a referendum, reminds RIA Novosti. Reunification with Russia was supported by more than 95% of the population of the Peninsula.

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