The strategy of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine on Crimea will be adopted in the next few months. This was reported by Taras Berezovets, political analyst, at the press conference ‘The Year of Free Crimea Project’, according to a QHA correspondent.

Tatas Berezovets spoke about his meeting with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko who suggested him to take an active part in the development of the strategy. The political analyst discussed the text of the relevant document with the experts present at the press conference.

“Many aspects are still unsolved. Every day new issues arise, for example the transfer of values and museum exhibits from Crimea to museums of Germany, Sweden and Switzerland. There are questions in the field of education, where we also need to have a clear strategy. We should decide whether to acknowledge the diplomas issued by the occupation authorities. What action will be considered as violation of human and civil rights, and what action will lead to legimitization of illegally established universities,” said George Logvinsky, deputy from the People's Front party.

According to the MP, despite the huge number of issues that should be raised in the strategy, they need to be seen in complex.

“The basis of the strategy should take into account what actions we can do, what response we can receive, and how we can minimize risks in the framework of the response. We must understand that, for example, our independence with regard to coal is worth so much, and we can import coal from Africa, Israel and other countries. So, in such a way we need to develop a roadmap of our actions on all issues,” said George Logvinsky.