In Kiev there was a “unique chance” to return the Crimea, said the former President of Ukraine, leader of “European solidarity” Petro Poroshenko on air of radio station “Trident”. This entry was posted on Facebook.

According to the politician, in response to falling oil prices and “deep crisis” in Russia, international solidarity can be bolstered as a result of “forcing Moscow to withdraw from Crimea” because it is supposedly not able to Finance it.

Earlier the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky said that the Russians will feel a sense of shame for the annexation of Crimea in 2014. He noted that without the return of Crimea to Ukraine future generations of Ukrainians and Russians can’t “is fine, frankly, as a friend, communicate.”

Crimea became part of Russia in 2014 after held on the Peninsula the referendum. Ukraine considers the territory annexed and accuses Moscow of violating international law. Russian authorities deny these accusations.