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Friday, January 19, 2018

Crimean authorities called “nonsense and lies” of the UN report on human rights

The Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Dmitry Polonsky on Monday, September 25, responded to the report of the office of the high Commissioner of the United Nations, where Russia is accused of human rights violations on the territory of the Russian Peninsula, including the oppression of the Crimean Tatars, reports RT.

The Crimean politician has called provocative the actions of such individuals on behalf of the United Nations “outright nonsense and lies, bordering on crime.” “Because the Russian authorities are accused of committing any illegal acts that have never been done. It is unfortunate that international organizations appeared to be “professional” liars, who through their status and position to mislead the international community”, — said Polonsky.

He stressed that on the territory of Crimea as an inalienable part of Russia is used exclusively by Russian law.

Previously, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that the Russian President has not yet examined the contents of the UN report, but after reading the Kremlin will give him due recognition.


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