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Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has told a Russian media outlet that "there are many treaties and papers under which Russia has all rights" to occupied Sevastopol, and "Washington was behind" the Euromaidan in Ukraine.

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"Geopolitics has never been my strong point but I know that Sevastopol is very important to Russia and the Russians. There are many treaties and papers under which Russia has all rights to this city. The change of power in Ukraine with Washington behind it simply provoked Moscow into further action," Waters said in an interview to the Russian Izvestia newspaper, answering a question from a journalist about Crimea's disputed status.

It is worth noting Waters expressed sympathy for Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview to one of the propaganda resources a year ago.