Crimea plans to open a trade mission or a tourist information centre in Germany. This was announced by the Vice-President of the Council of Ministers of Crimea Georgij Muradov at a press conference.
“Such a mission should be voluntary. Most likely, information about Crimea should be provided by locals living in Germany. We will think of achieving this idea in such a format,” said the Vice Premier.
Thus he thinks it probable that the German authorities unrecognizing the Russian Crimea can forbid the Crimean mission. “We cannot predict the authorities’ actions. We will make our conclusions if we see that a person who wants to represent Crimea in Germany is at psychological, physical and other threats. But we hope that this will not happen,” concluded Muradov.
In his turn, the Chairman of the “Edinstvo” (Unity) party uniting the Russian emigrants in Germany, Dmitry Rempel noted that the purpose of the mission was to promote business and tourism networking between Crimea and the regions of Germany. “It will be one or more persons to be able to provide Germans with information about Crimea, to organize exhibitions, to answer questions on tourism and sights once visiting Crimea,” said Rempel.