State Duma deputy Sheremet called Duda’s words about Crimea a signal to Kyiv

The statement by Polish President Andrzej Duda, according to which Ukraine most likely will not be able to return Crimea, became a signal addressed to Kyiv in connection with the need to leave the peninsula alone. A corresponding statement was made by State Duma deputy from the Crimean region Mikhail Sheremet. RIA Novosti reports this

“The President of Poland plucked up courage and actually gave a signal to the Kyiv authorities to leave the Crimeans alone and stop entertaining themselves with illusions and bravado about the seizure of Crimea,” journalists quote him.

At the same time, the parliamentarian called the words of Western politicians who have repeatedly stated that there were no grounds for the reunification of the peninsula with Russian territory a cynical and hypocritical lie. In his opinion, the West has yet to apologize “for all the lies regarding Russian Crimea and accusations against Russia.”

Previously Public News Service reportedthat, according to State Duma deputy from Sevastopol, member of the International Affairs Committee Dmitry Belik, the head of Poland Andrzej Duda “knocked the ground out from under the feet” of the leaders of the Kiev regime with his words about the historical identity of the Crimean Peninsula.

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