Researches about Ukraine

Moscow Reluctant to Permit Cooperation between Crimea and the North Caucasus

The Jamestown Foundation

Following last year’s annexation of Crimea, Russia’s initial tactic was to propagate multiple connections between the people on the peninsula and the country’s population. A year later, North Caucasian activists say that the Russian government is insulating Crimea from the North Caucasus and preventing the two regions from cooperating and developing relations. The head of the Russian Congress of the Peoples of the Caucasus, Aliy Totorkulov, warned that resolving the problems of Crimea without taking into consideration the problems of the North Caucasus would be impossible. According to Ruslan Kurbanov, a senior fellow at the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute …read more

Source: The Jamestown Foundation

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