A globe sold at Mogilyov’s department store represents Crimea shaded in green, a color used to designate Russia, while a dividing line is drawn between the peninsula and Ukraine, reports Evroradio.
According to the price tag attached to the globe, it is produced in Russia and Poland.
The Russian Federation occupied Crimea in February-March 2014, calling a fake referendum of March 16 on joining Russia free expression of will of the Crimean people. The majority of the world’s countries did not recognize Russia’s annexation of Crimea. To Ukraine Crimea remains a temporarily occupied territory.