Blockade of Crimea Movement is waiting for Russian signal to release Chiygoz and Savchenko
Activists are not going to provide electricity to peninsula - said Isliamov
‘Civil blockade of Crimea’ is waiting for a signal from Russian authorities to release the MP Nadia Savchenko and deputy head of Mejlis Ahtem Chiygoz. After that they will give an access to Crimean ETL (electrical transmission line), said the coordinator of the movement Lenur Islyamov.
The leaders of Mejlis and activists of the Crimean civil blockade have not come yet to the decision of providing electricity to peninsula. Therefore, until the activists will not receive such instructions from the center of the movement, they will block all station supports. The activists are waiting for the official reaction of Russian authorities to release illegal Ukrainian political prisoners, said Isliamov.
A few hours earlier repairers of state enterprise “Ukrenergo” stopped their work on "Kakhovska-Titan" ETL at request of activists of energy blockade, which was exploded last weekend.
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