Spanish football La Liga marked occupied Crimea as Russian territory
Spanish football La Liga marked occupied Ukrainian Crimea as Russian territory. On the official website of the organization, the peninsula is displayed as part of the Russian Federation.
It is stated on the website of the organization.
In the section "Where to watch La Liga" the maps of Ukraine and Russia do not correspond to the borders recognized by the world community.
If you select a country to view Ukraine, then information about the official broadcaster appears, and the map of the Ukrainian state is displayed without occupied Crimea.
What is known
- On January 10, the French television channel France Télévisions showed occupied Ukrainian Crimea as part of Russia in a video about the situation in eastern Ukraine while illustrating the events of 2014.
- La Liga is a professional football league, the highest division in the Spanish football league system. There are 20 football clubs in La Liga. The top three teams in the table are relegated to the next division - Segunda, while the top three teams in Segunda qualify for La Liga.
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