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The Crimea Platform unites all available national and international efforts to deoccupy the Ukrainian peninsula
21 September 2021 07:01

In the context of publications on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence, one among leading Thailand’s media, Matichon Weekly, published an interview with the head of the diplomatic mission, dedicated to the results of the Crimea Platform Summit.

The publication informed readers about the results of the Summit, which united international efforts to deoccupy Crimea, as well as laid the framework for further development of its foreign policy track to liberate the peninsula by peaceful political and diplomatic methods.

Following the Summit, a Joint Declaration was adopted. It declared the creation of the Crimean Platform, condemned Russia's crimes in the occupied Crimea, reaffirmed the readiness of foreign partners to continue the policy of non-recognition of the annexation of Crimea, increased pressure on Russia, etc.

The article can be found via the link (in Thai): https://www.matichonweekly.com/column/article_466625


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