Sobchak also said she wanted to enter Russian-occupied Crimea in keeping with Ukrainian laws and was not going to organize any events related to her presidential campaign.
13:51, 13 March 2018
<p>Ballots will include three questions: on whether Crimea should be independent, part of Russia, or part of Ukraine.</p>
13:20, 07 February 2018
<p>Russian socialite Ksenia Sobchak, a long-time TV host now intending to run for president, has said Crimea is Ukrainian territory, according to pro-Kremlin journalist Dmitry Smirnov.</p>
11:14, 16 January 2018
Russian socialite Ksenia Sobchak, a long-time TV host now intending run for president, believes that if Ukraine regains control over the occupied Crimea, a civil war will erupt in Russia, an UNIAN correspondent reported quoting Sobchak as saying at a meeting with Ukrainian journalists.
19:50, 20 December 2017
Russian journalist and public figure Ksenia Sobchak, who has decided to run for president in Russia and whose words about Ukrainian Crimea have previously caused a wide response, has said the issue of the return of Russian-occupied Crimea to Ukraine should be decided in a new referendum to be recognized throughout the world, according to the Ukrainian news outlet Obozrevatel.
16:54, 20 December 2017
<p>The nomination of Ksenia Sobchak for the post of the Russian president actually provides a solution to Vladimir Putin's several problems, journalist Semen Novoprudsky wrote in the Novoe Vremya weekly.</p>
16:00, 02 November 2017
<p>Russian journalist Ksenia Sobchak, who decided to run for the presidency in Russia, and whose words about Ukrainian Crimea had previously caused a wide response, suggested holding a new referendum on the peninsula.</p>
23:45, 27 October 2017
<p>Russian journalist Ksenia Sobchak, the daughter of Vladimir Putin's political mentor and the late St. Petersburg Mayor Anatoly Sobchak, says that Crimea belongs to Ukraine under international law.</p>
14:50, 24 October 2017