Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea will go to Warsaw to speak at the OSCE

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Nutrascience Muradov, the permanent representative of Crimea under the President of Russia. Archival photoDeputy Prime Minister of Crimea will go to Warsaw to speak at the OSCE© RIA Novosti / Alexander Natruskin

Vice-Premier of the Crimean government, the permanent representative of Crimea under the Russian President Georgi Muradov intends to speak at the OSCE in Warsaw.

Earlier, the head of the Union of journalists of the Crimea Andrei Trofimov said that during the OSCE conference in Warsaw, the Ukrainian delegation had threatened him with sanctions and inclusion in the database, the infamous Ukrainian site of the «Peacemaker». The Ukrainian side was outraged by the attempts of the journalist to convey to the international community the real situation on the Peninsula.

«On Monday I will fly to Warsaw, as one of the leaders of Russian public organizations. Will not fly on a visit to Poland, and the OSCE conference, where I checked in. Have every right to be there as the representative of public organization. Let’s see what happens», — Muradov said the radio station «Sputnik»in Crimea.

According to him, this matter has been agreed with the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov. Go Muradov on the platform of the OSCE as Chairman of the black sea Association of international cooperation and Vice-Chairman of the Russian Association of international cooperation.

He recalled that two years ago with a similar mission to the OSCE from the organization «Russian unity» visited the Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Dmitry Polonsky. «He poured the coffee there is the Ukrainian colleagues. So I have just in case shirt and suit to bring,» — said Muradov. According to him, the main goal is to act in the OSCE framework, human rights, and to convey the real situation on the Peninsula.

These days in Warsaw is Europe’s largest conference on human rights, which is organized annually by the OSCE Office for democratic institutions and human rights (ODIHR). This two-week meeting in the Polish capital attracts hundreds of representatives of States-participants of OSCE, experts of international Affairs, NGO activists and human rights defenders.

 

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