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SIMFEROPOL, March 17. /ITAR-TASS/. Crimea’s parliament has turned into the Republic of Crimea’s property the property of Ukraine, situated in the peninsula’s territory, the CrimeaInform news agency reported on Monday.
“Ukraine’s state property, which on the date of the current statement is located in the territory of the Republic of Crimea, is the state property of the Republic of Crimea,” the document reads.
All enterprises, or any other organizations, established by Ukraine or with its involvement on the territory of Crimea, “become enterprises or any other organizations, established by the Republic of Crimea.”
A similar approach is used for ownership of trade union and other civil organizations of Ukraine.
The statement says, from Monday, Crimea “is not using the Ukrainian legislation, is not following decisions of Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada or any other Ukrainian state authorities, adopted after February 21, 2014.”
“Ukraine’s legislation, except for the one as per paragraph one of the present article, is applicable in the territory of the Republic of Crimea until respective legal acts of the Republic of Crimea,” the statement says.
The Crimean parliament has stopped activities of Ukrainian state authorities in Crimea, and “their authorities, property and monetary assets are transferred to the Republic of Crimea’s state authorities.”
In order to protect rights and freedoms of the people and economic activities’ subjects, “Ukraine’s courts in the territory of the Republic of Crimea continue working, where their decisions on use of the Ukrainian legislation in Crimea’s territory should not contradict the present statement.” The supreme judicial bodies in Crimea’s territory will be only courts of appeal “located in the territories of the Republic of Crimea and the city with a special status Sevastopol."