Fyodor Lukyanov: words Poroshenko in Crimea will remain only declarations
The phrase of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the fact that the Crimea is part of Ukraine, will remain at the level of statements, nothing real for the return of the Crimea country to do will not have the opportunity, said Last news on the first day weekend chief editor of the journal Russia in global politics " Fyodor Lukyanov.
Poroshenko said that the Crimea is part of Ukraine and on this issue is not possible compromises.
for reviews Lukyanov, no leader of Ukraine does not recognize the belonging of the Crimea to Russia." I think it will remain at the level of statements, because nothing real to real return of the Crimea, Ukraine do not will have the opportunity, but to state a position and, maybe, to try to act through international bodies they will be " - said the expert.
for example, he noticed that Ukraine can sue not belonging of the Crimea as such, and on property, that is, on legal issues related to the jurisdiction of the Crimea.
" We need to be ready and to think of ways that line, which Russia will defend, " said Lukyanov.
in Ukraine on 22 February, there was a coup d'etat. The Verkhovna Rada has dismissed the country's President Viktor Yanukovych from power, changed the Constitution and appointed the presidential elections on may 25. A number of areas of Eastern and southern Ukraine and the Crimea, not recognized the legitimacy of the Council and adopted the opinion on the possibility of holding referendums on further life areas.
Crimea became a Russian region after carried out on 16 March referendum in which more than 96% of respondents were in favour of joining the Russian Federation.
in the capital of Russia many times stated that the referendum meets the norms of international law and the UN Charter and the final conclusion about the return of the Crimea to the Russian Federation was adopted only by referendum.