REUTERS

"No one would resort to military action against a nuclear power like Russia. I mean, not only Ukraine wouldn’t," Klimkin said.

Minister of Foreign Affairs said, the complicated situation that has developed in Crimea, will affect the mood of the local residents.

"And now in Crimea, many things are changing for the worse. Delays started with payment of social benefits. And of course it affects the mood of the Crimean people. But I have always said that we need a clear strategy in relation to Crimea. Our people live there, whether they’ve been drugged by the Russian propaganda, or not,” Ukraine’s top diplomat.