Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said Ukraine would not stop fighting for Crimea. He said this at the Atlantic Council meeting.
“Annexation and occupation of Crimea have been forgotten by many. I want to say that Crimea was, is and will be Ukrainian. We will not stop fighting for Crimea,” the minister emphasized. He also added that the moods in Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions have changed.
“Now, the moods are changing in Crimea, as wells as in Donetsk and Luhansk regions... Unfortunately, it took a series of tragic events, in particular, the downed Malaysian aircraft,” Klimkin noted.