The permanent representative of the Crimea advised Kiev to study Russian Constitution
Permanent representative of the Republic of Crimea under the President of Russia, Vice-Premier of the Crimean government Georgiy Muradov, commenting on the initiative of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine, said that the issue of the reunification of Crimea with Russia is not negotiable, and advised the Kiev authorities to carefully study the amendments to the Constitution.
Earlier, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba invited members of the European Union, the USA and the UK to participate in the creation of the international platform "for the de-occupation of Crimea."
"The question of the reunification of the Crimea with Russia finally resolved in accordance with the will of the people of Crimea and not negotiable. Would recommend the Kiev authorities to read carefully entered into force amendments to the Constitution of Russia", - told RIA Novosti Muradov.
Voting on amendments to the Constitution of Russia was held from 25 June to 1 July. For acceptance of amendments have voted 77,92%. They entered into force on 4 July. One of the amendments stipulates that the Russian Federation protects its sovereignty and territorial integrity. All actions (except for the delimitation, demarcation, redemarcation of the state border of the Russian Federation with contiguous States), aimed at the alienation of the territory of the state, and calls to them are not allowed.