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Публікація Національного інформаційного агентства Малайзії BERNAMA: Ukraine to hold inaugural Crimean Summit this year -- Ambassador
Опубліковано 11 січня 2021 року о 09:44

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan. 11 -- Ukraine will hold the Crimean Summit this year, an inaugural high-level event which will see the official launch of activities of the Crimean Platform, says Ukraine Ambassador to Malaysia, Olexander Nechytaylo.

By V.Sankara

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan. 11 -- Ukraine will hold the Crimean Summit this year, an inaugural high-level event which will see the official launch of activities of the Crimean Platform, says Ukraine Ambassador to Malaysia, Olexander Nechytaylo.

He said the ultimate goal of the Summit is to form a coalition of states that will join Ukraine's initiative to help boost the highest political attention in the issue of the occupation of Crimea and its consequences.

"The inaugural Crimean Summit will be an important part of many events and will give an official start for the activities of the Crimean Platform," he told Bernama in an interview at Wisma Bernama, recently.

Nechytaylo said Ukraine has launched the Crimean Platform in October last year, which is a new initiative to keep the international community's attention focused on the occupation of Crimea and growing security challenges, besides preventing further human rights violations and protecting victims of the occupation.

"The Crimean Platform is part of Ukraine’s strategy of de-occupation of Crimea which started since the peninsula was illegally annexed by Russia in the spring of 2014," he said, adding that this year would be an important year for Ukraine as the country will be celebrating its 30th anniversary of Independence.

Nechytaylo said being a new consultative and coordination format, the Platform is expected to function at several levels, including at the highest political level.

The ambassador also pointed out to a resolution adopted recently.

In the Resolution A/RES/75/192, ‘Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, Ukraine’, adopted on Dec 16, 2020, the United Nations General Assembly expressed concern about the current situation and condemned “all attempts by the Russian Federation to legitimise or normalise its attempted annexation of Crimea”, as well as “violations, abuses, measures and practices of discrimination against the residents of the temporarily occupied Crimea, including Crimean Tatars”.

Currently, the international community, including ASEAN countries, does not recognise the annexation of Crimea in 2014, he said.

-- BERNAMA

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