After his speech to PACE Czech President Milos Zeman proposed to solve the Crimean problem through the purchase of Peninsula by Russia from Ukraine, Kiev angrily protested. Russian policy, however, is also against such a materialistic approach.
Photo: A. Savin.
Speaking in Strasbourg at the session of the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, head of the Czech Republic said that “Crimea is annexation, without a doubt”, but “fait accompli”. And offered to resolve the issue by paying some compensation to Ukraine by Russia: or money, or oil-gas. Otherwise, said Czech politician, the coming European war.
The head of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Leonid Slutsky (LDPR) in the comment “MK” welcomed Mr. Zeman that the annexation of Crimea is a fait accompli and the review thus is not subject.
– However, the proposal to pay Ukraine compensation in any form does not stand up to scrutiny, said Mr. Slutsky. According to him, “Russia is nothing anyone will not pay. Crimea is not negotiable or trades. The reunification of the Peninsula with the Russian Federation was based on the direct will of its people, Mr. President, not by sale”.
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