Former Deputy Minister of the Temporary Occupied Territories and Displaced Persons of Ukraine, Georgy Tuka, believes that the Russian Federation will not discuss the issue of Crimea in the framework of the “Norman summit”.
This is the opinion that Tuk shared «OBOZREVATEL.TV“, MFN reports.
Georgy Tuka believes that the Kremlin will not want to discuss the question of Crimea in the framework of negotiations between the leaders of the four Norman countries. According to the politician, the reason is the categorical position taken by the leaders of the Russian Federation.
He noted the fact that for six years Russia has refused any activity where the question of the annexed peninsula will be raised. Tuka expressed confidence that the position of the Russian Federation on this issue has not changed.
“During all these years, the Russian Federation categorically refuses not only to participate in certain events, but even to discuss the possibility of holding such events,” said Tuka.
Earlier, we reported that Yermak had announced the date for the next “Norman summit”.