The European Parliament on Tuesday morning published a map showing Crimea as part of Russia via social media. However, they later deleted this post and apologized for the mistake.
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“We thank everyone who pointed out our error in the morning infographic. We apologize for this mistake and are working to correct it. An updated version will be published soon,” they said on social networks.
Later, the European Parliament published an “updated version” of the map, on which Crimea was presented as part of Ukraine, TASS reports.