Aksenov wants to make supporters of the Ukrainian radicals to sing the national anthem of the Russian Federation on the border with Crimea


SIMFEROPOL, November 2. /Corr. Alexey Konovalov/. The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov believes that supporters of the Ukrainian radicals are not involved in crimes and wanting to get to the Peninsula, can be sent only after the anthem of the Russian Federation. He said this on Monday to journalists.

Everyone who passes through databases of law enforcement agencies and specifically communicates with the battalion “Azov” and others, they are generally in the Russian Federation could enter only through the singing of the Russian anthem on the border and fighting off the three bows to the portrait of the President. Only after that can be throughput mode. And then, if they have no criminal offences

Sergey Aksenov

The head of the Crimea said that this idea was already expressed at the meeting of the regional anti-terrorist Committee.

Ukrainian radicals, including fighters banned in Russia Right sector, are now taking an active part in the so-called blockade of the Crimea.

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“The purpose of the blockade is obvious – personal greed. Food and vodka are destroyed by eating and drinking in the evening. It is normal for them. There all put on stream. With people raising money for the opportunity to pass unhindered. I am sure that the citizens of Ukraine are suffering losses”, – added Aksenov.

Earlier, the Prosecutor of the Crimea Natalia Polonskaya stated that the police operate in relation to all of the organizers of the blockade. Today, the FSB announced the initiation of a criminal case against one of them, former Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea, the owner of the TV channel ATR Lenur Islyamov.