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Football match equated to unauthorized rally in Crimea
12:55, 7 March 2017
Football match equated to unauthorized rally in Crimea

The teenagers who played football at school stadium say there are no other options for leisure in the village

12:55, 7 March 2017

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The director of Crimean school in the village in Feodosia, called police to interrupt football match of local teams at the school stadium, explaining that the game was not authorized by city administration. This was reported by Crimea Events with reference to the unsuccessful participants of the match.

"A football match between local teams started at school stadium on March 4, which later was interrupted by school and police inspector; they explained that we were holding an unauthorized rally that haven’t been agreed with the administration of Feodosia, and forbade us to continue the match. Although earlier since the opening of the school it had never forbade to be at the stadium, to play football and other sports," the representatives of amateur football teams said.

The teenagers who played football at school stadium say there are no other options for leisure in the village.

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The head of the occupation administration of Feodosia Stanislav Srysin asked to explain the situation addressing the head of the local department of education Nadiya Alekseenko, who said that the director was acting in accordance with security requirements.

"A large group of children were gathered at the stadium without warning. One young man gathered them and he did not warn anyone. And the director, of course, asked to show if they had nurse and a police officer, as this was a mass gathering of teenagers. It’s not a problem if the local boys do sports at the stadium, but in this situation there were posters pasted about organizing the game, and no one even warned the headmaster. So, the first thing she did was turned to the police to invite the representative of the Interior Ministry," Alekseenko explained, stressing that the school director only I saw these posters on the day of the game.

The official instructed to conduct an appropriate investigation of the incident.

Later, a video of the incident was published in the network.

Earlier it was reported that Russia allowed unknown private company to extract oil in Crimea. "New Projects" company is allegedly connected with businessmen Kurchenko.

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