Ukrainian political analyst, ideologist and founder of the project Free Crimea Taras Berezovets announced the development of a strategy for de-occupation of the territories of the Crimea and Donbas seized by Russia. The announcement was made at the press conference "Occupied Crimea: Forced citizenship of the Russian Federation" in Kiev, a QHA correspondent reports.
According to Berezovets, the document will be made public within a few months.
“We plan to develop a formal strategy for de-occupation of the Crimea and Donbas by February 2017. It will be a public document, since we do not see the government’s reaction on the issue. The state does not have such a document now. The experts are working on this project,” he said.
He also stressed that the organization Free Crimea will continue to raise the issue of Crimea, to keep it on agenda.
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