At the same time, he doubts that it would happen on a peaceful peninsula without Russia’s occupation.
“Most of all, I don’t want anyone to call Ukraine’s reaction to the tragedy cynical. Our hearts go to the families of the victims. But there is a fair and legitimate question: would such terrible thing happen without the atmosphere that dominates in Russian and which it brought to the peaceful peninsula?” Klimkin said.
As we reported, an explosion thundered at a college in Kerch, the town in the Russian-occupied Crimea. As of now, it is known about the death of 18 people and the injury of 40, most of them are teenagers. 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 Vladyslav Roslyakov conducted the mass murder. The investigation reported that Roslyakov shot up people in the college and then committed suicide.