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    November 8, 2017

    State of Idaho recognizes Crimea as part of Russia

    November 7 , 2017 - Fort Russ News - 

    The American state of Idaho has recognized the Crimea as part of the Russian Federation. 

    Media have shown copies of documents belonging to an individual with the power of an attorney, issued to a citizen of Ukraine who is resident in the United States. The document refers to the right to obtain documents for the purchase of land in the town of Sudak, Crimea.

    "The power of attorney, confirmed in 2016 by stamp of the state of Idaho and signed by the"secretary of state"(secretary or, more simply, the head of state) of Idaho and the notary, contains the address of the premises. The address reads: Russian Federation, Republic of Crimea, Sudak ...

    The document is also fixed by the so-called apostille - an international standardized form of filling in information about the legality of the document for presentation on the territory of countries recognizing such a form of legalization," the report says.

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