Germany tried to make a " Pro "of refinement in the resolution of the NATO parliamentary Assembly" solidarity with Ukraine ", said on their page the people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Mustafa Nayem, who participated in the meeting as a member of the Ukrainian delegation.
Nayem said that "public positions" partners of Kiev are different from " their behind-the-scenes games." According to the Deputy, out of the 14 changes to the draft decision half made the initiative of the head of the German delegation, Karl Lamers, Deputy head of the Department of defense in the Bundestag and member of the same party of Angela Merkel." Ukraine at least five of them would be called a separatist, and two openly Pro-Russian, anti-Ukrainian, " - said Nayem.
for example, according to him, the German people's representative clarified the point with a call to exert pressure on the Russian Federation until then, as long as the " Moscow will fulfill all its commitments under the Minsk agreement and will not stop the occupation of Ukrainian territories, as well as among them of the Crimea ". Instead of the Lamers made the initiative " to put pressure on both parties to implement the Minsk agreements ". Also the German party objected to the wording "Pro-Russian separatists" and the words "Russia and the separatists" made a proposal to replace " all parties ".
Germany introduced amendment met resistance from some countries, such as USA, France and Poland, and in the end not adopted the Hire. The final decision shall be adopted on the first day of the week at the plenary session of the Commonwealth in Norwegian Stavanger.
Ukrainian authorities and Western countries blame the Russian Federation interference in the internal Affairs of Ukraine. Russia denies it and calls such accusations unacceptable. Moscow repeatedly stated that it is not a party to domestic conflict, not privy to the events in the South-East and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis.
Crimea and located on the Crimean Peninsula Sevastopol became Russian regions in March 2014 after the referendum in which over 90% of residents voted for secession from Ukraine and reunification with Russia. In the capital of Russia emphasize that the referendum in Crimea meets standards of international law and the UN Charter. Ukraine still considers the Crimea her, but at the time occupied territory.