Crimea issue on today's EU-Ukraine bilateral meeting agenda

Crimea issue on today's EU-Ukraine bilateral meeting agendaThe Ukrainian delegation during the fourth round of the EU-Ukraine bilateral meetings, which will take place in Brussels on Friday, will touch on an issue of the situation in Crimea and will inform other participants of the event the position of our country is to extend the sanctions against the Russian Federation, Ukrinform reports.

First Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova, who is a member of the delegation, said this on the air of TV Channel 112 Ukraine.

According to her, the main purpose of these negotiations is to synchronize policies regarding non-recognition of annexation of Crimea, as well as to develop clear recommendations for further actions in this context.

"Our position remains unchanged, the policy of non-recognition should be continued, sanctions should be even tougher," she said.
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