TV presenter and presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak, in an interview with CNN, said that she supports anti-Russian sanctions, but not those from which ordinary Russians suffer.
In response to the question of the infamous warmonger presenter, Christian Amanpour, about what will be her upcoming agenda on foreign policy, Sobchak said that she considers Russia responsible for “the terrible international relations that we have developed.”
According to Sobchak, Russia violated international law, since it is from the point of view of international law that Crimea is a part of Ukraine.
At the same time, Sobchak noted that the ordinary citizens should not suffer from sanctions, but sanctions should be imposed on the Russian leadership.
Sobchak first announced her official position on the Crimea at her first press conference on October 24, stating that “from the point of view of international law, Crimea is Ukrainian.” Later, she called for a new referendum on the peninsula.