Crimea to be not a military base for terrorists but world resort – Office of the President

Crimea to be not a military base for terrorists but world resort – Office of the President

As soon as Ukraine liberates the temporarily occupied Crimea, it will be not a military base used by Russian terrorists but a national park and world resort.

The relevant statement was made by Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podolyak on Twitter, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“Demilitarization of the Russian Federation – an integral part of global security ensuring. The future of the Crimea is to be a pearl of the Black Sea, a national park with unique nature and a world resort. Not a military base for terrorists. It is just the beginning,” Podolyak wrote.

Earlier, Podolyak noted that Russia suggests that the world accept Nazi World 2.0, which includes the “right of force”.

“In addition: mass executions, torture, child abduction, filtration concentration camps. All presented under the brand of ‘Russian World’. Only half a step away from gas chambers. This must be stopped,” Podolyak stressed.

A reminder that, on August 9, 2022, explosions were heard in the occupied Crimea’s Novofedorivka, where the Russian military airbase is located. Russia’s Defense Ministry claimed it was simply a “detonation of air ammunition".


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