Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation

The United States Welcomes the Clarification of President Radev's Position on Crimea

Ukraine Summoned the Bulgarian Ambassador due to President Radev's Statement on Crimea

"The United States welcomed the clarification of the position of Bulgarian President [Rumen] Radev yesterday, which confirmed that the country stands behind the territorial integrity of Ukraine and made it clear that Crimea belongs to Ukraine."

Position of the Bulgarian President regarding Crimea

Ukraine Summoned the Bulgarian Ambassador due to President Radev's Statement on Crimea

In connection with questions asked by the media related to interpretations of the words of President Rumen Radev from the pre-election debate on November 18, 2021 on his position on the issue of Crimea, the press office of the head of state informed:

The United States is Deeply Concerned by the Bulgarian President's Statements that Crimea is Russian

The United States is deeply concerned by statements by Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, in which he describes Crimea as "Russian". This is stated in a statement issued by the US Embassy in Bulgaria.

Ukraine Summoned the Bulgarian Ambassador due to President Radev's Statement on Crimea

Ukraine Summoned the Bulgarian Ambassador due to President Radev’s Statement on Crimea

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summoned our ambassador to Kiev Kostadin Kojabashev because of the words of Rumen Radev during the election debate yesterday with Prof. Anastas Gerdjikov. The head of state said Crimea "is currently Russian territory." Radev explained that his position is the same as in 2016 - "it is important to have pragmatism in foreign policy.

Ukraine Vows to Bring back Crimean Peninsula - Volodymyr Zelensky

Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed on Monday to do all he can to bring back the peninsula of Crimea, annexed by Russia seven years ago, and urged international allies to support the effort, news wires reported. He spoke at the Crimean Platform summit, called by Ukraine to build up pressure on Russia.

PM Citu in meeting with Ukrainian counterpart voices wish for Romanian minority rights being respected

Prime Minister Florin Citu had a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart, Denys Shmyhal, in Kiev on Monday, in which context he reiterated Romania's readiness to advance bilateral cooperation and voiced Romania's desire to ensure respect for the rights of persons belonging to the Romanian minority.

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