Ukrainian political scientist and economist Alexander Dudchak commented after the deputy chairman of the Ukrainian president in Crimea, Izet Gdanov, said that Kiev did not intend to bring back the peninsula of Crimea by military means. This is reported by the NSO.
According to Dudchak, the Ukrainian party is too late to take measures, because "the train no longer exists". He added that Kiev expects the reaction of the West in the hope of support, but in Europe the theme of the Crimean peninsula has come to an end & # 39 ;.
Dudchak noted that the authorities in Ukraine have to calculate their actions.
Gdanov said earlier that the authorities of Kiev are not currently planning to bring back the peninsula of Crimea by military means.
In March 2014 a referendum took place in the Crimea, after which the peninsula became a territorial part of Russia, and Sebastopol – a city with federal significance.