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Zelenskiy vows to restore Ukrainian rule in Russia-annexed Crimea

KYIV (Reuters) -Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy vowed on Tuesday to restore Ukrainian rule over Russia-annexed Crimea, a move that he said would help re-establish “world law and order”. He told an international conference on Crimea that regaining control of the peninsula – seized and annexed by Russia in 2014 in a move not recognised by most other countries – would be the “biggest anti-war step”. “It all began with Crimea, and it will end with Crimea,” Zelenskiy said in an opening address to the Crimea Platform, a forum that seeks to restore Ukraine’s territorial integrity and end Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

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