Klimkin wants to meet Le Pen to change her opinion on Crimea

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin said that he wants to meet with Pro-Russian right-wing candidate for the French presidency, marine Le Pen, to change its opinion about Ukraine.

According to him, in March, he will be at least twice in Paris and plans to meet with all the candidates and ask the Ukrainian Ambassador in France to organize a meeting including with Le Pen.

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“I’ll show her the materials that we prepared in the framework of our claim on the Convention on the prohibition of racial discrimination, including in relation to the Crimea. I’ll show her a lot of materials,” the Minister said on a talk show, “the Right to Vlad”.

Klimkin said that as foreign Minister he calculates all possible outcomes of the elections in France and therefore the Ministry is working with the staffs of all candidates in presidents of this country.

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Earlier, Le Pen said he did not consider the annexation of the Crimea illegal.

“I absolutely do not think that the annexation was illegal: there was a referendum the inhabitants of Crimea wanted to join Russia”, – said the leader of the far-right party “national front”.

In turn in SBU noted that unable to prohibit the entry of Le Pen in Ukraine because such a statement on Crimea.

Election of the President of France will take place in spring 2017. If none of the candidates receives a majority in the first round on April 23, the two leaders will compete for the presidency in the second round, which will take place on 7 may.

Currently there are four favorites of the race — the head of the party “national front” marine Le Pen, the ex-Minister of economy of France, the independent candidate Emmanuel macron, a former Prime Minister, a Republican , françois Fillon , and the representative of the Socialist party, Benoit Hamon.