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Spokesman denies Zeman's alleged recognition of Crimea as part of Russia

Spokesman denies Zeman's alleged recognition of Crimea as part of Russia

Czech President Milos Zeman's spokesman, Jiri Ovcacek, has denied a report by a pro-Kremlin Crimean Tatar organization that Zeman allegedly recognized Crimea as being "part of Russia," adding that the Czech president's position remains unchanged - "the annexation of Crimea was and is illegal," Radio Prague has reported.

PM Honcharuk meets with Christian Danielsson

PM Honcharuk meets with Christian Danielsson

Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk had a meeting with Director-General of the European Commission Directorate-General for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Christian Danielsson, the Government portal reported.

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