Vice PM Rozenko urges Kuwait not to maintain contacts with occupying power in Crimea

Vice PM Rozenko urges Kuwait not to maintain contacts with occupying power in Crimea

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Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko has called on the State of Kuwait not to support the occupying power of Crimea with any political, economic or humanitarian contacts.

“We ask the State of Kuwait not to support the occupying power of Crimea with any political, economic or humanitarian contacts, which are a gross violation of the international law,” Rozenko said at the meeting with Prime Minister of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, the press service of the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine reports.

Rozenko noted that Russia’s military invasion and annexation of Ukrainian territories brought a lot of suffering to the civilian population of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions. About 250,000 Crimean Tatars live in the Russian-occupied Crimea. The Russian occupation authorities brutally violate their educational, religious, linguistic and other rights. The situation in Crimea deteriorates.

“I also appeal to Kuwait with a request to make every possible effort to help our Muslim compatriots - the Crimean Tatars - and to protect their rights,” Rozenko stressed.

The Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine thanked the Government of Kuwait for supporting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.

During the meeting, the parties also discussed bilateral cooperation between Ukraine and Kuwait in the field of trade, investment, health care, etc.

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