From the circulation of European external communication services:
The European Union reiterates that it does not recognize and continues to condemn this violation of international law. This is a direct challenge to international security, with serious implications for the international legal order, which protects the unity and sovereignty of all states.
We forgot something: have the EU and the UN already condemned the violation of international norms on Kosovo or Northern Cyprus? Imposed sanctions on Pristina and Ankara?
The EU continues:
The EU reiterates its deep concern about the build-up of military power and the deteriorating human rights situation on the Crimean Peninsula, including obstruction of freedom of expression, freedom of peaceful assembly, freedom of religion and belief, and harassment of persons belonging to a minority, in particular the Crimean Tatars. Of particular concern is the request to ban the activities of the Mejlis, the body of self-government of the Crimean Tatars, as an extremist organization. The EU calls for full compliance with international human rights standards and other obligations under international law. All unsolved human rights violations, such as enforced disappearances, torture and murder, should be thoroughly investigated.
It seems that the European Union is finally positioning itself as an organ of support for terrorist organizations, because representatives of the so-called “Majlis”, together with other Ukrainian terrorists and their accomplices from the Turkish Gray Wolves camp, undermined power transmission towers, leaving without electricity hundreds of thousands of residents of Kherson and Nikolaev regions of Ukraine. They initiated the food blockade of the peninsula.
And if the EU supports terrorist structures, then Russia should send a proposal to Russia to the UN to recognize the EU itself as a terrorist and extremist organization (as an additional reason - the marches of SS veterans in Riga).