During the visit, Serbian delegation to Crimea was discussed “twin-city relations between the regions and cities of Crimea and Serbia”, said the permanent representative of Crimea under the Russian President Georgi Muradov.
MOSCOW, 30 Oct. A group of businessmen from Serbia will soon visit Crimea to study investment opportunities of the Peninsula, said on Friday Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Crimea, the permanent representative of Crimea under the Russian President Georgi Muradov.
“It is very important to us to establish, business relations between business circles. We agreed that a group of businessmen from Serbia will soon visit the Crimea, we will acquaint them with investment opportunities of our Peninsula”, — Muradov said at a press conference in Moscow.
The Serbian delegation arrived with a three-day visit to Crimea on Monday. In was composed of the party leadership of the Democratic party of Serbia and the Serbian movement “Dveri”. However, the Embassy of Ukraine in Serbia handed over a protest note to the Serbian delegation.
According to Muradova, it is very important the fact that during the visit they discussed “the fraternal relations between the regions and cities of Crimea and Serbia”. “I think that soon we will offer our Serbian partners the town that could be twinned Serbian cities,” he added.
Overall, concluded the Ambassador, this visit showed themselves Crimeans, “a zest for life that settling on the Peninsula already part of Russia, in the world community has not abated”.
Crimea and Sevastopol became part of Russia following the results of the March referendum in 2014. Reunification with Russia was supported by 96,77% of Crimeans and 95.6% of Sevastopol. However, Ukraine and Western countries have refused to recognize the decision and has imposed sanctions in the region.