Ukraine embassy condemns communist trip to Crimea
Prague / Crimea
MEP Jaromír Kohlíček, former Communist Deputy Chairman Josef Skála and Senator Jaroslav Doubrava, according to Kiev, arrived in Crimea on July 28th.
The Ukrainian embassy has condemned a three-day visit by the Communist MEP Jaromír Kohlíček, former deputy chairman of the KSCM, Josef Skála, and Senator Jaroslav Doubrava (Severočesh) in the occupied Crimea .
“It is another recurrence of violation of Ukrainian legislation by these politicians who, despite repeated warnings, continue to grossly ignore not only Ukrainian laws, but also international law,” the Ukrainian Embassy wrote in a statement.
Kohlíček, Skála and Doubrava, according to the media, arrived in the Crimea on July 28 and stayed on the peninsula for three days.
According to Crimean Crimean Station, “guests from the Czech Republic have decided to see their lives on the peninsula and become familiar with the tourist sphere.” The peninsula has long attracted tourists from the Czech Republic, just to find a way of cooperation that will work regardless of sanctions, quoted the stations.
An official twitter account of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s presence in the Crimea on Monday featured photographs where Communists Kohlíček, Skála and Senator Doubrava took pictures of the leader of the Russian Night Wolves Motorcylce Club Sergeyevich Zaldostanov.
The “Delegation” was visited by Simferopol, Sevastopol and Bachčisaraj. He is still planning a meeting with the top Russian representative of the Crimea, Sergey Aksjonov.