No provocations or unusual situation recorded on the state border with temporary occupied Crimea after Kerch shooting, which took place on October 17, as Oleg Slobodyan, Assistant Head of Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service, said on air of 112 Ukraine.
“Right after the events in Kerch were reported, we decided to enhance the security on the state border with temporary occupied Crimea. Primarily, it was connected with a high probability that Russia would try to shift the responsibility to the imaginary Ukrainian subverts… For now, the measures are in force. Fortunately, no provocations or unusual situation recorded on the state border with temporary occupied Crimea,” Slobodyan said.
In addition, the representatives of State Border Guard Service note that the agency continues monitoring the situation on the occupied peninsula.
“For now, tension still exists, there is a possibility that Russian media and special services could use this information for provocations. So, these measures will be in force within several days,” Slobodyan said.
As we reported, an explosion thundered at a college in Kerch, the town in Russian-occupied Crimea. The official version is the explosion of an unknown explosive device.
According to the preliminary information, an 18-year-old student of the fourth year of college Vladislav Roslyakov conducted the mass murder. The investigation reported that Roslyakov shot up people in the college and then committed suicide.