@chepelev oO About what "European laws" you are talking?
Here is real European mind:
- Council of Europe PACE's expressed its full support for the "territorial integrity and national unity of Ukraine" .
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned the Russian government it risks massive damage to Russia, economically and politically, if it refuses to change course on Ukraine,
- UN General Assembly approved a resolution describing the referendum leading to annexation of Crimea by Russia as illegal.
- NATO. The North Atlantic Council condemned what it called Russia's military escalation in Crimea and called it a breach of international law. It also called on Russia to respect its obligations under the UN Charter, the Budapest Memorandum of 1994, the Treaty on Friendship and Cooperation between Russia and Ukraine of 1997 and the legal framework regulating the presence of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
The vast majority of the international community has not recognised the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol as part of Russia. Most nations in North America, Central America, Europe, Oceania, and Africa, as well as Asia outside of the former Soviet republics, have openly rejected the referendum and the accession, and instead consider Crimea and Sevastopol to be administrative divisions of Ukraine.
Here is your friends who support your "law":
Afghanistan, Cuba, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Nicaragua, Sudan, Syria, and Zimbabwe have recognised the result of the 2014 referendum in Crimea.
Check the following links for more informaltion:
P.S. "Что дальше? Да хоть камни с неба! Мы на Родине"