Action dedicated to anniversary of Crimean blocade takes place near administrative border
Nearly five hundred people are taking part in this event
Close to the administrative border with annexed Crimea, takes place an action of Crimean Tatars dedicated to the first anniversary of the civil blockade of peninsula. It is reported from the scene by the correspondent of "112 Ukraine".
Nearly five hundred people are taking part in this event.
"At 12:30 started the rally from Genichesk to "Chongar" checkpoint, it was attended by activists and volunteers of the blockade from different parts of Ukraine, Belarus, as well as from Crimea. Here are the leaders of the Crimean Tatar people, in particular Refat Chubarov, and totally there are about five hundred people. Here we see the procession with flags, a huge flag of the Crimean Tatar near administarative border. Later we'll award the activists of blockade ", - told the correspondent.
It also reported on the strengthening of security measures at the site of action. The situation is controlled and calm.
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