Moscow considers the possibility of participation of foreign delegations in the course of events that will be held on the May 9 celebrations in Crimea, said on the last working day of the week at a press conference official authorized by the Russian foreign Ministry Alexander Lukashevich.
"Can't say with the move, but I guess that's possible," said Lukashevich.
Crimea and Sevastopol became the Russian regions after the 16 March 2014 referendum in which the overwhelming majority of voters voted for reunification with Russia. The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin said that the referendum in Crimea complies with international law and the UN Charter. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation has stated many times that the residents of the Crimea in a democratic way, in full accordance with international law and the Charter of the United Nations voted for reunification with Russia, respecting and accepting this choice, and this decision is the reality that ought to be considered. Ukraine considers Crimea its, but at the time occupied territory.