“We consider Crimea as part of Ukraine”, – Jovanovic on U.S. policy

“We consider Crimea as part of Ukraine”, – Jovanovic on U.S. policy



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No change in this issue in Washington is not expected.

U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch said that us policy on Crimea remains the same – it is part of Ukraine.

She said this during the discussions in Kiev the forum “What to expect from the NATO summit in 2018?”, according to “Interfax-Ukraine”.

“American policy towards Crimea is unchanged: we regard the Crimea as part of Ukraine and no changes are expected in this policy,” – said the diplomat.

Jovanovic also said that the United States provide a significant amount of assistance in various matters particularly in the field of security.

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Marie Yovanovitch was born in Canada. When she was three years old, his family moved to the United States. He graduated from Princeton University and national defense University. Also, Jovanovich studied at the Institute of Russian named after Pushkin. More than 22 years of experience in the diplomatic field. Six times received the Award for excellence in diplomatic service. Was Ambassador in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. Also worked at U.S. embassies in Canada, the UK, Somalia and Russia. 2016 Marie Yovanovitch holds the position of Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador in Ukraine.

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