The official representative of the Russian Prosecutor General's office Marina Gridneva said that the legal prospects of the parliamentary inquiry into the independence of the Baltic States are absent.
The request of the deputies of the State Duma of Russia to verify the legitimacy of the recognition of the state Council of the USSR, the independence of the three Baltic republics in 1991, has no legal prospects, said the Official authorized the Prosecutor General's office Marina Gridneva.
She said that some applicants to the state office of public Prosecutor requests are generally deprived of common sense, " reports the news Agency. Marina Gridneva has agreed that a Request to check the legality of the recognition of the independence of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia and in truth was admitted to the General Prosecutor office of people's deputies of the Russian State Duma and will be considered ? As it is supposed to do with all requests, regardless of their content. Parliamentary Inquiry commented on Wednesday and the head of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite." We are not going to react to this and consider what is happening part of a propaganda war, "She told reporters, adding that the independence of Lithuania" citizens won with their blood ". On Tuesday a Request to check the legality of the recognition of the independence of the Baltic republics said the Minister of foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevi?ius, who called him a " political, moral and legal absurdity ". As reported by the print edition OPINION, the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov before Wednesday said that " the difficulty with the understanding of the essence of this proposal and have not heard about the parliamentary inquiry, and also recalled the existing Russia diplomatic relations with the Baltic republics and international treaties. First, the General Prosecutor's office gave a definition on the issue of the legality of the transfer of Crimea to the Ukrainian SSR in the 50-ies of the previous century. 300 anniversary of the reunification of Ukraine with Russia in 1954 Nikita Khrushchev "as a sign of eternal friendship" gave the Crimea to the administrative subordination of Kiev. In response, the Prosecutor General of Russia to the corresponding Request of the head of the party "Fair Russia" Sergey Mironov reported that the decisions of Presidiums of the Supreme Soviets of the RSFSR and the USSR on the transfer of the Crimean oblast from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR were inconsistent with the Constitution of the RSFSR and the USSR Constitution.