Andrey Artemenko: the Soviet Union in 1954 transferred Crimea to Ukraine, so it has not got US

Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andrey Artemenko believes that the Soviet Union in 1954 transferred Crimea to Ukraine, so it has not got the United State. At a press conference on Monday, he said that the Soviet Union in 1954 had to transfer Crimea to the United States as collateral for the unpaid debt.

“In 1920, Russia received a loan in the amount of $ 50 million from the government of the United States of America. They laid the Crimea as a territory that needs to be transferred to the United States, if it is not returned. In 1954 came the maturity of the amounts. And there was a project called “New California”, if anyone knows — is the territory of the Crimea. I’m sure that’s why Crimea was transferred to Ukraine in order to preserve this territory for the Soviet Union,” said Artemenko.

The story of the transfer of Crimea to the Americans — an echo of the Stalinist repression in the Soviet Union and associated with the Jewish anti-fascist Committee. From 1948 to 1952 in this case were arrested 125 people, of which 23 were shot and 6 died during the investigation. Later they were rehabilitated. The project to create in the Crimea the Jewish autonomy in the interests of American capitalists was one of the key points of this criminal case.

We will remind that the Deputy Artemenko became known to the General public relatively recently, when it turned out that he developed and transferred the administration of Donald trump a peace plan to resolve the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.