The delegation will also include members of the German Bundestag, Izvestia reports.

"We will go to Crimea, despite sanctions and political pressure, because this is an important sign of reconciliation and cooperation between Russia and the West," a Bundestag deputy told Izvestia, requesting to remain unnamed due to the approaching parliamentary elections.

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As UNIAN reported earlier, European politicians, represented by the largest delegation from Italy, arrived in the occupied Crimea in the spring of 2016. Ukraine sent a protest note to the German Foreign Ministry due to an uncoordinated visit to the Russian-occupied Crimea by chairman of the youth wing of Alternative for Germany (AfD) party Markus Frohnmaier and MEP from this party Marcus Pretzell.