Permanent representative of Crimea Muradov said that Ukraine will not remain within the current borders

Ukraine within its current borders will no longer be preserved. This opinion of RIA Novosti was expressed by the permanent representative of the Crimea under the President of Russia, Deputy Prime Minister of the Crimean government Georgy Muradov.

“Ukraine in the form in which it was, I think, will no longer remain. This is already the former Ukraine,” he said. Postred explained that before the country could exist as a federal state with full respect for the rights of national communities, however, by violating the rights of the Russian-speaking population, “the Ukrainian state became unviable.”

On May 11, it was reported that the leadership of the Kherson region wants to appeal to President Vladimir Putin about accepting the region into Russia. Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the regional military-civilian administration (CAA), said that there would be a single decree based on an appeal to the Russian leader to introduce the region into a full-fledged subject of the Russian Federation. Stremousov stressed that “the city of Kherson is Russia,” and no Kherson People’s Republic will be created on the territory of the region.

In early May, Polish President Andrzej Duda predicted the disappearance of the border with Ukraine. The plans of Warsaw to annex Ukraine were also reported by the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Ilya Kiva and the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) of Russia Sergey Naryshkin.

The Kremlin also noted that the territorial integrity of Ukraine could be threatened by Poland. According to the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, the rhetoric of this country has not been friendly for a long time, but now it has become hostile.


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