The Russian ambassador to Turkey spoke in an unusual way about Crimea’s affiliation

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The answer to the question of Crimea’s affiliation is clear to everyone. Russian Ambassador to Turkey Alexei Erkhov wrote an article on this topic.

“And if you stop a Turk on the streets of Ankara or Istanbul and ask him, whose is Hatay? The answer will be unequivocal, and well, if not with a “janissary slap”. And so in Russia – if you ask a Russian whose Crimea – the answer will be clear and unambiguous. Of course, we had some people who doubted the Russian affiliation of the peninsula, but most of them have now gone somewhere. It seems that they are going to England, ”Erkhov wrote in an article for the Aydinlik newspaper.

Russia has previously recognized the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. Crimea, in turn, became part of Russia in 2014 after a referendum was held there. During talks on March 29 in Istanbul, Ukraine renounced its desire to return Crimea and Sevastopol by military means, Russian presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky said. The discussion took place against the background of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine.

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The answer to the question of Crimea’s affiliation is clear to everyone. Russian Ambassador to Turkey Alexei Erkhov wrote an article on this topic. “And if you stop a Turk on the streets of Ankara or Istanbul and ask him, whose is Hatay? The answer will be unequivocal, and well, if not with a “janissary slap”. And so in Russia – if you ask a Russian whose Crimea – the answer will be clear and unambiguous. Of course, we had some people who doubted the Russian affiliation of the peninsula, but most of them have now gone somewhere. It seems that they are going to England, ”Erkhov wrote in an article for the Aydinlik newspaper. Russia has previously recognized the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. Crimea, in turn, became part of Russia in 2014 after a referendum was held there. During talks on March 29 in Istanbul, Ukraine renounced its desire to return Crimea and Sevastopol by military means, Russian presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky said. The discussion took place against the background of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine.

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