In occupied Crimea Russian traffic police officers with submachine gunners check cars, - witnesses
In several regions of the Crimea citizens saw similar roadblocks
In some areas of temporarily occupied Crimea on August 7 occupation authorities began to establish checkpoints with the participation of Russian employees of traffic police and gunmen. About this informs edition "Krym.Realii" citing eyewitnesses.
It is reported that in the area of Razdolnensky district Russian traffic police staff with submachine gunners are standing in the center of the village, stopping cars and arranging checks.
According to the publication, residents of the Black Sea region report on similar checkpoints. On the questions of people, on what basis is carried out inspection, traffic police officers talked about the supposed "breakthrough on the border", referring to administrative border of Crimea.
It is noted that this morning Russian media reported about a firefight on the border with Crimea. At the same time Ukrainian law enforcement agencies and border service did not confirm this information.
Panov and Zahtey in Lefortovo 14 October, 12:49
Ukraine sues Russia for illegal capture of its gas assets in Crimea 19 October, 11:27
Ukraine in UN: Occupied Crimea militarization is dangerous for Europe 13 October, 12:38
- FINANCE15:17IMF mission to arrive to Ukraine in November
- SOCIETY14:30Sushchenko needs to be exchanged, - lawyer
- SOCIETY13:30Moscow court rejects appeal on Sushchenko’s arrest
- SOCIETY12:43112 Ukraine becomes best news TV channel 2016
- SOCIETY11:21Savchenko in Moscow walks on Red Square and visits Ukraine’s Embassy
- POLITICS10:32NATO describes rotation of forces in Eastern Europe
- UKRAINE CRISIS 09:44Militants increase fire activity: 72 attacks reported, - ATO HQ
- UKRAINE CRISIS 09:05Russia sends its 57th humanitarian convoy to Donbas
- SOCIETY08:14Russia provides Netherlands with MH17 materials
- UKRAINE CRISIS 23:59Donbas conflict: 28 attacks reported, - ATO HQ
SOCIETY 10:30, 18 July Matriculation campaign 2015: new challenges for Ukraine
19:02, 26 October Anti-Putin protests in Tel-Aviv
18:44, 26 October Russia's Supreme Court hearing in Klykh-Karpyuk case