British magazine recognized Crimea as Russian territory

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The British magazine Good Housekeeping called Crimea the territory of Russia. This was reported by the Ukrainian Embassy in the UK on January 2.

The publication suggested that its readers “try something new in 2020”, for example, “take a train across Russia, Belarus and further to the Crimean peninsula” through the Crimean bridge. The opportunity to visit the peninsula is described in a blog about the Russian Federation.

“Good Housekeeping, don’t mislead your readers!” Without a doubt, Crimea should be included in the list of the most popular destinations in 2020, but this is an occupied territory, ”the embassy said on a Facebook page.

The publication is accompanied by the hashtag “Crimea is Ukraine”.

Crimea became part of the Russian Federation according to the results of a referendum held in March 2014. Ukraine still considers its peninsula. The Russian side insists on the compliance of the past procedure with international law. Russian President Vladimir Putin emphasized that the issue of Crimea is “completely closed.”


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