Ukraine’s new chief of General Staff says Crimea was lost long before 2014
After a government coup in Kiev in February 2014 the authorities of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol made a decision to call a referendum on unification with Russia
Apple addresses grievances over incorrectly displaying Crimea on its maps, Russian MP says
The State Duma earlier demanded that Apple address the incorrect display of Crimea and Sevastopol on its maps before April 25
Russia to scrap Ukraine’s weapons in Crimea not collected by Kiev by 2024, says lawmaker
Chairman of the State Duma’s defense committee Vladimir Shamanov recalled that a ten-year deadline is in accordance with international rules
Foreign investors show interest in agricultural projects in Crimea
Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Alexey Gruzdev believes Crimea has a huge potential as a "unique international tourist center"
Lavrov says US, EU, NATO declarations won’t change Crimea’s reunification with Russia
Russia's top diplomat recalled that the peninsula has been more and more visited lately by the representatives of the political, social, business and cultural circles, including those from Europe
Crimea aims to expand deliveries of goods to Syria
Industrial Policy Minister of the Republic of Crimea Andrei Vasyuta stressed that when the situation in Syria improves, Crimea "can expand the range of goods"
Twenty Hizb ut-Tahrir members detained in Crimea
According to the FSB, members of the terror group "spread terrorist ideology among the peninsula’s residents and recruited Crimean Muslims into its ranks"
US, EU want to hide information on real situation in Crimea - diplomat
Otherwise the recognition of the peninsula will be automatic as follows from the logic of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova emphasized
Unidentified arsonists torching Crimea’s forests, official says
Arson turned out to be the cause of at least two last year's large forest fires, near Yalta and Stary Krym