Czech Republic calls Russia to participate in the peace process
On the 6th anniversary of the invasion of the Crimea, the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that they did not recognize the occupation on the peninsula, and once again emphasized that they condemned the military attacks carried out by Russia in Donbas.
“The Czech Republic continues to condemn the invasion of Crimea and support Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity, together with the European Union and most countries. The Czech Republic’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns the clashes caused by Russian mercenaries on February 18, 2020, in Zolote, east of Ukraine. This is an attempt to violate the Minsk agreements and destabilize the peace process.” the Ukrainian press reported.
The Czech Republic Calls Russia To Participate In Peace Process
Czech Republic noted that they would defend Ukraine’s rights over its temporarily occupied regions at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly meeting. Also, the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported they welcome the activities carried out by Ukrainian President Zelensky to end the military confrontation in Ukraine. In the expression on the subject, the following statements have made:
“While welcoming the actions made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on advancing the peace process in Ukraine, the Czech Republic calls Russia to participate in this process.”