A Twitter account operated by the Russian Embassy in Sweden on Wednesday posted a picture of Europe which identifies Crimea—proven on the decrease proper—as a part of Ukraine.
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A Twitter account operated by the Russian Embassy in Sweden posted a map figuring out Crimea as a part of Ukraine.
Formally, Moscow claims Crimea, a Ukrainian peninsula that extends into the Black Sea, as a part of Russia. Crimea was seized from Ukraine when Russia invaded the area in March 2014.
The map additionally seems to indicate the Donbas, a area in jap Ukraine that Russia claims, as a part of Ukraine.
The map had been seen 7.3 million occasions as of the early morning hours Ukrainian native time. It purports to indicate the per-liter value of gasoline in European nations.
The Russian embassy in Stockholm, Sweden, didn’t instantly reply to a CNBC request for remark.