To go to Ukraine unsafe for those who work in the public service in the Crimea, a Deputy, said the head of Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov. He noted that the MPs and civil servants may apply physical violence.
SIMFEROPOL, 3 Nov. Crimean civil servants and MPs is unsafe to go to Ukraine, because they can be applied physical violence, said the head of Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov.
Previously on the border with Crimea were detained ex-the Deputy of the Crimean Parliament Vasyl Ganis and former Chairman of the electoral Commission of Old Crimea referendum on March 16, 2014 Oleg Pankov. The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov called Crimean residents not to travel to Ukraine unless it is absolutely necessary, as common border located radical Ukrainian group.
“Physically it’s dangerous for those who work in the public service in the Crimea, is the Deputy. A very wide range of people there (in Ukraine — ed.) can not leave,” said Konstantinov at the meeting of the Presidium of the Crimean Parliament.
The speaker also advised the Crimeans not to expect that in going to Ukraine, they will be able to recover their savings that were in the Ukrainian banks have left the Peninsula after the reunification of the Crimea with Russia. “On many contacts of our voters, attempts to withdraw funds Crimeans impossible of today, they do not give money,” — said the head of Parliament.
Crimea and Sevastopol became part of Russia following the results of the March referendum in 2014. Reunification with Russia was supported by 96,77% of Crimeans and 95.6% of Sevastopol. The authorities of Ukraine and Western countries refused to recognize the sovereignty of the people and has imposed sanctions in the region.