Tasnim Iran 2014.03.23 13:55
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko stated that his
country accepts that Crimea is now de-facto a part of Russia.
"We agree with the Russian Federation on that," the leader said.
Lukashenko stressed that no one has asked Belarus to recognize or not to
recognize Crimea as the federal subject of Russia.
"Crimea isn't an independent state.
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