"All the ways on the land are blocked, but the barges with goods from Skadovsk are leading to Crimea by sea," says the national leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev, Sobytyia.info.
Dzhemilev noted that he has already informed President Poroshenko about the situation. He also said that some vehicles deliver products to Crimea not through Kherson region (mainland Ukraine), but through Rostov-on-Don.
As a result of the blockade, there is no product shortage in Crimea, but the prices are steadily rising, as it was reported before.
September 20, a "food" blockade was launched by the initiative of the Crimean Tatars, who cut off three crossing points on the peninsula: Chongar, Kalanchak and Chaplinka. The activists do not let the trucks with food to get to the peninsula, occupied by Russian Federation. Russian authorities are confident that when the niche of Crimean markets is freed, Russian vendors from the Krasnodar region will take it fill it.