Zelensky told what will happen to Russian “settlers” after the liberation of Crimea

The adopted decision does not contradict international law.

After the liberation of Crimea, Russian settlers will have to leave / photo from UNIAN, Yevgeny Kravs
After the liberation of Crimea, Russian settlers will have to leave / photo from UNIAN, Yevgeny Kravs

The population that illegally resettled in Crimea during the Russian occupation will have to leave after the liberation of the peninsula.

 Tamila Tasheva, permanent representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea , stated this in an interview with  Ukrinform .

“Everything is simple, and it does not contradict international law. The population that arrived illegally on the territory of the peninsula must leave the Autonomous Republic of Crimea,” she stressed.play video

According to Tasheva, we are not talking about forced eviction. This will be the voluntary departure of people from the territory into which they illegally entered.

Later, they can submit a formal application to the Ukrainian authorities, apply for a residence permit and state the reasons why Ukraine should provide them with such an opportunity.

Recall that earlier  Zelensky allowed the return of Crimea by military means when the time comes.

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. “Later, they can submit a formal application to the Ukrainian authorities, apply for a residence permit and state the reasons why Ukraine should provide them with such an opportunity.”

    Never in a million years. Stuff their little Russian flags up their Russian arses and send them to the shithole they love.

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  2. It would be wiser for Ukraine to evict each and every ruskie from Crimea. Illegal entry is illegal entry. Period. Of course, those that committed crimes should be treated accordingly.

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