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Ukrainian authorities are ingenuous when harassing Crimea (video)

Author: Ayre от 19.03.2015, 21:35
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Ukrainian authorities are ingenuous when harassing CrimeaThe Russian leader Vladimir Putin, commenting on the restrictive measures taken by Western countries towards Russia after the reunification of the Crimea, stressed that sanctions are not fatal for Russia, although they are detrimental for the ongoing work. He said this on March 18 at a meeting on socio-economic development of Crimea and Sevastopol.

"All this, of course, is not fatal, but causes, of course, some damage of the current work",
- the head of state said.

"It was obvious that we would be faced not only with the objective difficulties of the transition period, but also with attempts of external resistance. And so it happened. A number of Western countries have introduced the so-called sanctions, restrictions, both against Crimea and Russia as a whole ",
- Vladimir Putin said.

These days, residents of Crimea, Sevastopol and Russia celebrate the first anniversary of the reunification of the peninsula with Russia. During the referendum, which was held on March 16 last year, the majority of Crimeans voted to secede from the Ukraine and to unite with the Russian Federation.

In response, a number of Western countries - including the United States, Canada and the EU, as well as their partner countries - decided to introduce restrictive measures against the representatives of Russia and Russian companies.

Vladimir Putin, speaking about the actions of Kiev in relation to Crimea, said that the Ukrainian authorities "are ingenuous" when harassing peninsula.

I must say that our neighbors (Ukraine. - RT) are somehow ingenuous: now they is cut off the water, then they create whatever more problems,

 - The president said.


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