All actions, which are aimed at the non-recognition of the occurrence of the Crimea to Russia, will be prosecuted. And people, who incite ethnic strife on the territory of the Republic of Crimea, will be deported.
Crimean Prosecutor General Natalia Poklonskaya announced this on her Facebook page. The statement was written in Russian and in English.
Poklonskaya was appointed prosecutor general in March, following Crimean annexation, a move that declared illegitimate by Kyiv and Western states.
Ukraine’s Security Council has put Poklonskaya on wanted list, while the European Union and the United States imposed sanctions against her.
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