Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says the issue of Russia-annexed Crimea has never disappeared from the radar screen.

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"Probably the issue of Crimea takes up not enough information space, but it certainly occupies a fairly large part of the affairs of the government that is working," he said at a press conference on the first year of his presidency, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

According to Zelensky, the issue of Crimea is on the agenda of talks with all European partners.

As UNIAN reported earlier, an ad hoc group will be created under the President's Office that will be in charge of issues of the Crimean Tatars.