Ukraine's Cabinet on Wednesday adopted an action plan to implement the "Strategy for the Liberation and Reintegration of Crimea," according to media reports.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said at a government meeting that the document will be a comprehensive roadmap for the return of Crimea, reported Interfax-Ukraine News Agency.
Shmigal said that the Crimean Platform Summit was not a one-time event and participants accepted comprehensive documents containing detailed steps for the liberation of Crimea.
He added that the government is working with international organizations and institutions so that the issue of Crimea is on the world agenda.
'Strategy for the Recovery and Reintegration of Crimea'
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba announced on March 11 that the government had accepted the "Strategy for the Liberation and Reintegration of Crimea."
Kuleba said the government will prepare a comprehensive action plan that will be divided into domestic and foreign policies in this context, and the Crimean Platform will be the most important initiative as part of the foreign policy.
The Crimean Platform Summit was held in Kiev on Aug. 23 with the participation of 46 foreign delegations to bring the issue of illegally annexed Crimea by Russia to the international agenda.
Turkey was among the first nations to voice support for the Crimean Platform./aa