YEREVAN, March 20. / ARKA /. Oleh Tyahnybok, the head of the nationalist Svoboda (Freedom) party in Ukraine, has urged the government to recall ambassadors from Armenia and Kazakhstan, 24tv.ua reported.
"There are some countries that have recognized the referendum in the Crimea. Particularly, reports say that Kazakhstan and Armenia did so. Therefore I call on the government to recall our ambassadors from these countries," said Tyahnibok in parliament.
In a telephone conversation yesterday Armenian and Russian presidents, Serzh Sargsyan and Vladimir Putin, said the referendum in Crimea was another example of people’s rights to self-determination through free expression of will.
The presidents also highlighted the importance of commitment to the norms and principles of the international law, first and foremost the UN Charter.
Tyahnybok also suggested that Kazakh and Armenian ambassadors in Kiev be called to provide explanations. -0-