The occupation Crimean authorities are considering opening a representative office of Crimea in Germany. Most likely, the so-called representation will be established as a trade mission or tourist information center, said Georgy Muradov, ‘Permanent Representative of the Crimean Republic to the Russian President.’
“This representation must be created on a voluntary basis. Most likely, it should be a local resident living in Germany, who will provide information on Crimea. We are going to implement the idea in this format,” Muradov said at a press conference hosted by Russia Today MIA multimedia press center, according to RIA Crimea.
However, he did not rule out that the German authorities that do not recognize Crimea as part of Russia's territory may counteract the opening of the "Crimean representative office."
“We cannot predict this counteraction. If we see that it creates some psychological, physical and other threats to a person who wants to represent the Crimea in Germany, we will make conclusions from that,” said Muradov.
It was reported earlier that Germany ruled out the possibility of recognizing the legality of Crimea’s accession to Russia.