The President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid reacted sharply to Russia’s aggressive actions in the sea of Azov. She called the conflict the war in Europe. This is stated in the message on its page in Facebook.
“On Sunday, Russia attacked the Navy of Ukraine in the Azov sea. We need to call things by the right names – it is a war in Europe. The Ukrainian nation is at war in 2014, and Crimea is still occupied,” writes Celluloid.
The President urged other world leaders will join her and admit Russia to immediately stop the aggression.
“We must clearly, collectively and immediately to condemn and to demand to stop Russian aggression. The war in Europe could not be accepted as a usual thing! A tacit admission of the incident indicates a de facto recognition of occupation of the Crimea. The international community cannot afford to do so. The war in Europe will not and cannot be accepted as the normal state of Affairs,” – said the President of Estonia.
Earlier it was reported that the situation around the Crimean bridge and the attack on Ukrainians in the Kerch Strait has not gone unnoticed in the world. The most renowned international publications have already spoken about this. Opinions are different, but most agree on one thing: Putin and his army openly crossed the line, the approval can not be expected.
In particular, the shelling of Ukrainian military courts first began in the Independent:
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“After a hectic week in the waters near the Crimean Peninsula was under the impression that Russia has made a big bet and lost. Whatever the local military advantage Russia has not received from military confrontation with Ukraine, the consequences were more ambitious. Sanctions, moreover, serious, becomes larger, and this will affect the country’s economy and its currency”, – predict in the publication.
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Recall, a court in Simferopol arrested the first of the Ukrainian seamen of Vladimir Arimasu for 2 months.
Earlier Znayu soobader, Putin’s aggression in the sea of Azov responded to the alarming international statements of influential people and politicians around the world.
Also Znayu wrote, in the occupied city will elect a measure of restraint captured Ukrainian sailors.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.