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 Poroshenko agreed to cancel free economic area in Crimea, - Mejlis chairman Chubarov

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko ordered to introduce a bill on abolishing the law "On free economic area in Crimea."

This was announced by MP and Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov on air of 2 + 2 TV channel, Censor.NET reports citing the Pertro Poroshenko Bloc press service.

"The president ordered to introduce in the nearest time, maybe during the next plenary week, a draft law on abolishing the law "On free economic area in Crimea." Thus, it will all turn to the legal boundaries," Chubarov said.

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He also informed that the deputies need to vote for laws regulating the energy blockade of Crimea.

"We will then get to laws or other regulatory acts on power supplies to Crimea. We have to do this no later than October," Chubarov stressed.

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