Acting President of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov has brought to the Verkhovna Rada declaration on the fight for the liberation of the country. Her project is located on the official website of the Ukrainian parliament. Turchynov accused Russia of daring violation of the current legislation of Ukraine sovereign and basic norms of international law.
«For the first time after the second World War in Europe cynically recognized borders» redraw » Countries that multilateral and bilateral treaties guarantee the territorial integrity of Ukraine, integrity and the inviolability of its borders, «- says the declaration.
According views Turchinova «the only apparent motive Russian Federation in the implementation of this international crime is unfortunate doctrine» increments Russian world. «
«The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine draws attention of governments and parliaments of the world, international organizations and the public that the Ukrainian people will never recognize the annexation of an integral part of its territory — the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Russia seized a gross violation of the basic norms of international law and recognized principles of the hostel» , — emphasizes the creator of the document.
«The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine appealed to all members of the international community urging them to refrain from the international recognition of the so called Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol and Crimea entry into the Russian Federation as new subjects of the Federation», — said Turchinov.
«On behalf of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine declares that the Crimea was, is and will be a part of Ukraine. Ukrainian people will never, under what criteria did not end the struggle for the liberation of Crimea from the occupants, whatever the heavy and prolonged it may be. Ukraine will overcome because God is with us and the truth, «- concluded Acting president.
Recall that the State Duma on the current Extraordinary meeting wishes to ratify the contract on joining Crimea and Sevastopol to the Russian Federation as a new federal subjects.