The website Kryminform, which is closely tied to Crimean authorities, reported that U.S. Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, ignored an invitation by the head of the Russian-controlled Administration of Yalta, Andrei Rostenko, to visit Crimea.
But, as Rostenko noted, in the event of Trump’s victory in the elections, the invitation will be repeated.
“We haven’t had an answer yet. I think that he is busy campaigning. If he wins, we will repeat our invitation,” he said.
The Russian Administration of Yalta invited Donald Trump in the autumn of 2015. Rostenko noted in his letter that Trump has many reasons to visit Crimea and in particular boasted Roosevelt Street in Yalta as an area of interest.