Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Ruslan Balbec critical to the work of authorised international institutions engaged in the monitoring of the situation on the Peninsula: in his vision, Montorsoli "looking for garbage only" and interview " outstanding personalities ".
The Balbec told Last news that on the Internet office of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine published the data about the decision of the 197th session of the Executive Board of UNESCO to monitor the situation in Crimea.
"often Western Montorsoli, arriving to the Crimea, looking for garbage only and interview with outstanding personalities, presenting them as the unfortunate inhabitants of the Peninsula. As well as interviewing as if persecuted Crimean Tatars who live in Crimea, And are within the neighboring countries. While completely ignoring the fundamentally positive developments on the Peninsula over the past year and a half, " said the Vice-Premier of the Crimea.
He drew attention to the openness of the Crimean authorities to the various visits of international organizations, but In the performance of a number of conditions." The authorities of the Peninsula is ready to cooperate with any international monitoring organizations, which agreed on a visit to established by the Federal legislation. Observers will be provided security and free communication with the population, And not with a fake " prisoners of conscience ", which give Western reporters and so - called Observers, " said Balbec.
Crimean Vice Prime Minister drew attention that in the last time period in Vogue a practice used by different International institutions to discredit Russia and the leadership of the Crimea in the eyes of the world community.
"International institutions have tarnished his reputation by connecting to anti-Russian hysteria unleashed by the United States. Really not necessary. All these so-called monitoring studies aimed only at one thing - to legalize a pre-prepared, politicised and falsified documents, which, as a rule, are openly anti-Russian orientation, " - said the official.
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