#CrimeaIsUkraine: U.S. Embassy in Ukraine reiterates "resolute support" for Ukraine’s sovereignty
On the third anniversary of Crimea’s Parliament by Russian troops, the United States remain resolute in its support for a united and sovereign Ukraine, according to the statement by the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.
"Three years ago today, the Crimean parliament in Ukraine was seized illegally by force. Today, as Russia’s occupation of Crimea enters its fourth year, we remain resolute in our support for a united and sovereign Ukraine," the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine tweeted Monday.
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