"I ask the Ministry of Justice to send this trailer to the Hague Tribunal. It is necessary to send the whole movie to The Hague as well," Yatsenyuk claimed, insisting that international investigators and prosecutors should launch a full-scale investigation into the events surrounding Crimea's reunification with Russia.
"The film will give the answer to the question who gave instructions to take over Ukraine's territory in Crimea, and who was responsible for that," Yatsenyuk said, pledging to shoot his own documentary entitled "Crimea. Crime and Punishment."
"The events in Ukraine began to develop in a way that we had to start considering Crimea's reunification with Russia. Because we could not abandon it [Crimea] and the people living on its territory, we could not throw the people under the wheels of this nationalist bulldozer," Vladimir Putin stated.
The official referendum on Crimea's future was held on March 16, 2014, demonstrating unanimous support for reunification with Russia: 96 percent of voters in Crimea expressed their willingness to secede from Ukraine and re-unite with the Russian Federation in full compliance with the norms of international law.