Ukraine to initiate issue of Crimea de-occupation at next UN GA session – Yeliseiev
Ukraine is preparing a number of initiatives for the next session of the UN General Assembly, in particular, on the de-occupation of Crimea, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine Kostyantyn Yeliseiev told a TV panel show, according to Crimea.Realities.
"As for Crimea, we are talking about new ideas on the de-occupation of Crimea using the already existing international mechanisms, including sanctions, in order to return Crimea under the cover of Ukrainian sovereignty. We are preparing for the session of the UN General Assembly. Ukraine will come out with certain initiatives within the UN framework, specifically, which will concern Crimea in part of its de-occupation," Yeliseiev said, Crimea.Realities reports.
The official has added that the issues of Crimea and Donbas are "alpha and omega" in negotiations with international partners.
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