Ukraine's ambassador: Austrian "friends" visiting occupied Crimea violate EU norms

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Ukrainian Ambassador to Austria Oleksandr Scherba says that the Austrian politicians who have visited the "Friends of Crimea" Forum on the Russian-occupied peninsula have violated the policy of neutralism pursued by Austria and European Union norms, according to the Austrian newspaper Die Presse.
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