Permanent representative of the Crimea Muradov: “the south of the former Ukraine” was donated, and now it will become part of Russia The southern Ukrainian territories will join Russia, the permanent representative of the Crimea believes. Muradov claims that these lands were “donated” to Kyiv
The territories of Southern Ukraine, occupied by Russian troops, will become part of Russia, this will become the “will of the people themselves”, who for eight years lived in conditions of “repression and bullying”, RIA Novosti said. Permanent Representative of Crimea to the President Georgy Muradov.
“I have no doubt that the liberated territories of the south of the former Ukraine will become another region of Russia”,— he said.
The Crimean permanent representative claims that the southern territories were “gifted” to Ukraine, historically they were Russians with a Russian-speaking population. Russia and these regions have a “common cultural” code, Muradov continued, adding that military-civilian administrations are already being formed in them, Russian TV channels are operating, the Russian currency is starting to be used, and schools are starting to learn from textbooks from Russia.
The Russian military launched a special operation in Ukraine on the night of February 24, this decision was made by President Vladimir Putin. He justified his actions by the desire to carry out the “demilitarization” of and “denazification” neighboring state, alleging that the official authorities subjected peaceful citizens to “bullying, genocide” for eight years. The President assured that Russia would not occupy the territory of Ukraine, while noting the right of peoples to self-determination. “We consider it important that this right— the right to choose— could use all the peoples living on the territory of today's Ukraine. Anyone who wants it, & mdash; said Putin.
Russian forces established control over Kherson on March 2, extending it to the territory of the entire region by the middle of the month. In the south of the Zaporozhye region and in the Kherson region, then military-civilian administrations were formed. The authorities of the Kherson region announced that there were no plans to hold referendums and announced a transition to settlements in rubles within a few months, and then announced plans to join Russia, indicating that extensive ties with Moscow had already been established. “We are fully cooperating and feel like one single entity with the regions of Russia,” — said the authorities of the region.
According to the Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak, Russia came to the Kherson region “forever”, urging local residents not to doubt it. Turchak also said that the status of the region will be determined by its population.
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