The results of opinion polls conducted by Western sociologists among the inhabitants of the Crimea and Sevastopol, coincide with the results of the referendum, it will sooner or later force the West to recognize the Peninsula of Russia, believes the 1st Deputy Chairman of the Department of the Federation Council international Affairs Vladimir djabarov.
"certain Western politicians have the opportunity anything to say about last year's March referendum in Crimea, but it is difficult to argue against the results sociologicheskogo study the inhabitants of the Peninsula Western sociologists In the current year ", - quotes the letter dzhabarov news Agency. He said that the coincidence of current survey results residents of the Crimea and Sevastopol data referendum " indicates that residents do not want to return to the jurisdiction of Kiev ". The MP said that the timing of sociologicheskogo studies of Western companies was selected most appropriate, taking into account the punishment of the West regarding and Crimea." one way or another, a Large number of Crimeans support the return of the Crimea to Russia ", - showed djabarov. According to his vision, as the withdrawal of Russia from the fall and socio - economic situation in Crimea will increase the number of people who support the annexation of Crimea to Russia." Stability results support the Crimeans course on reintegration with Russia, will soon make the West to recognize this reality, and attempts to wishful thinking has no prospects, " said the Senator. Yesterday the head of the state Duma Committee on international Affairs Alexei Pushkov said that Crimea more reason to be from Russia than the Falklands from Britain. First on Sunday, the British foreign Secretary Philip Hammond called the return of the Crimea to Russia "annexation" and tried to persuade Moscow to return to the Crimea, Ukraine. In response to this 1st Deputy head of the faction "United Russia" in the state Duma Frants Klintsevich said that any calls to return to the Crimea, Ukraine, and among them the Ministry of foreign Affairs of great Britain, considered as an encroachment on the territorial integrity of Russia. Crimea and Sevastopol 16 March celebrated the 1st anniversary of the referendum in which an overwhelming number of voters voted for secession from Ukraine and reunification with Russia. In Crimea for entry into the Russian Federation voted 96, 77%, in Sevastopol - 95, 6%. Both regions became Russian subjects on 18 March, the day in the Crimea and Sevastopol declared festive holiday. March 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law on ratification of the agreement on joining of Crimea and Sevastopol to Russia, as well as a decree on the formation of the Crimean Federal district.