Russia: Crimeans compare and contrast Catalan vote

Crimean locals shared their opinion on the referendum in Catalonia and compared its results with the Crimean referendum, Monday. Victor Gorely, a resident of Sevastopol city, said that the referendum in Catalonia is a «kind of indicator of what is going on in Europe and in the world as a whole». He went on to say that «when there is a people’s will, this will must be heard, accepted, and reacted... Еще to». Benjamin Wolf, rabbi of Sevastopol, mentioned that if the results of the Catalonian referendum are accepted, it will be «a very good reason to request the recognition of the Crimean referendum.» Olga Dronova, a Sevastopol resident, pointed out the fundamental difference between the two referendums saying that “Crimea aimed at reuniting with its motherland, its origins, to become a part of the Russian Federation.» However, Catalonia is “willing to separate and become an independent state or receive broad powers of autonomy.”

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